- Sensory processing (sensory integration and modulation)
- Social skills (secondary to above)
- Behavioral organization (secondary to above)
- Gross and fine motor skills
- Visual motor and writing skills
- Visual perceptual skills
- Self-help skills
- Language development
- Articulation and phonological skills
- Social communication skills
- Fluent speech production
- Orofacial Myofuntional Therapy
- Tethered Oral Tissues
- Reading development
- Feeding skills
- Delayed acquisition of gross motor skills
- Strength or poor alignment
- Body awareness and proprioception
- Running or walking pattern
- Poor posture and scoliosis
- Torticollis and plagiocephaly
- Classroom observations/ consultations
- Parental consultations
- Individual treatment
- Small social skills groups
- Treatment Intensives
- Summer Programs
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