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  We help children from Birth to Age 21

Physical Therapists provide evaluation, consultation and treatment of infants and children for gross motor delays, abnormalities in their walking or posture, impairments with their strength or range of motion and to improve their function.  Physical therapists work closely with families to develop an individualized home exercise program for their infant or child and work to assist families in receiving appropriate equipment their child may need such as a walker, stroller, or orthotics. 

Infant Therapy

Occupational Therapists provide evaluation, consultation and treatment of infants and children for fine motor delays, visual perceptual skills, decreased coordination, activities of daily living (dressing, grooming), impairments in posture, strength or range of motion and for oral motor difficulties (feeding issues).  Occupational Therapists work closely with families to develop an individualized home exercise program for their infant or child.

Speech Therapists provide evaluation, consultation and treatment of infants and children with speech language delays, articulation and language disorders (expressive or receptive delays) and decreased social and communication skills.  They are also able to provide social skills groups to improve your child’s skills and improve their social interactions and relationships.

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