Comprehensive evaluations which include clinical observations, standardized testing and parent-child interviews.
We offer both informal screenings and formal evaluations. An informal assessment/screening consists of a 60 minute session with an Occupational Therapist, Speech Pathologist or Physical Therapist. The therapist speaks with the parent about the child's present functioning level and her opinion as to the child's need for services in that area. A formal evaluation includes a written report and standardized scoring of a child's functional level and recommendation as to whether or not services are necessary. Standardized assessment tools, non-standardized assessment tools, parent interview, and clinical observations are used to assess the child's performance.
- Treatment sessions with a strict one child/therapist utilization of the gym
- Communication with schools, daycares and camps
- Home programs
Our Physical Therapists facilitate a child's age-appropriate gross motor skills.
Our Occupational Therapists help children with play, sensory motor skills, fine-motor and self-care activities to improve independent function.
Our Speech/Language Pathologists help children with articulation, oral motorskills, feeding issues, language comprehension, and phonemic awareness.