Occupational therapy addresses sensory processing and integration difficulties, motor coordination and perceptual difficulties to help children develop the foundations they need to be successful with the occupations of childhood: school, play and self-help skills.
Speech/language therapy addresses a variety of issues including: language difficulty, poor articulation, autism, augmentative and alternative communication, apraxia of speech, late talking, stuttering, reading and writing difficulties, pragmatic language deficits, and higher-order thinking skills.
Physical therapy centers on improving a child’s ability to access and engage in their community and with their peers by targeting balance, strength building, endurance related to physical movement, torticollis and plagiocephaly, and more.
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