The Center for Pediatric Therapy offers individual and group therapy for children from birth to adolescence.
Occupational therapists are dedicated to helping children develop all the abilities they need for the many “occupations” of childhood, including playing with friends, being a student, helping at home, eating, getting dressed, and participating in hobbies and sports.
Our Speech-Language therapists are trained to evaluate, diagnose, and treat children who have speech, language, cognitive, social and swallowing disorders. We work one-on-one with children and their families to teach them how to improve oral and written language skills.
Pediatric physical therapists work with children with a wide range of disorders of the musculoskeletal and neurological systems. We use a variety of techniques designed to make therapy fun and playful to help children reach their highest potential of physical function.
Feeding therapy is more than just “teaching a child to eat.” Therapists work closely with patients and their families to determine the source of the child’s difficulties and develop very specific therapies to make the entire process of eating easier and more enjoyable.