Occupational and speech therapy are integral to a child’s development to help promote independence and connection. Our therapy team works alongside parents/caregivers to unlock the full potential of every child. Occupational and speech therapists provide tools to help your child and family heal.

As part of our unique trauma informed, integrated approach to care, we utilize occupational and speech therapy to support the needs of the whole child.

Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapy team works with children and caregivers to promote independence, engagement, healing, and connection. Through the use of attachment-based and body regulation strategies they can help support the function of a child’s body and brain. 

The following areas may be addressed during the occupational therapy evaluation and treatments:

  • Sensory processing (how the brain perceives, understands, and utilizes sensations)
  • Emotional regulation 
  • Fine motor coordination skills
  • Visual perception/hand-eye coordination
  • Independence with self care tasks
  • Reflex integration
  • Motor praxis
  • Attention and impulse control
  • Social skills

Speech Therapy

Our speech language pathologists work with children and caregivers to promote communication, independence, engagement, healing, and connection. 

The following areas may be addressed during the speech therapy evaluation and treatment:

  • Speech production 
  • Articulation and phonological disorders 
  • Oral motor strength and coordination
  • Fluency and stuttering
  • Pragmatics and social language skills
  • Auditory processing
  • Auditory habilitation 
  • Language delays and disorders
  • Cognition
  • Swallowing disorders
  • Feeding problems
  • Voice & resonance 
  • Evaluation and training for use of AAC: augmentative/alternative communication