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Additional Complimentary Services

Our techniques and programs may be supported with complementary programs, provided onsite or with area practictioners in occupational therapy, physical therapy, and specialty therapies. Our highly qualified staff works together to map your best route to success.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

A pediatric occupational therapist is a health professional who works with people who’ve experienced illnesses, injuries, and disabilities that prevent them from participating in their normal day-to-day activities.

The goal of pediatric occupational therapy is to help you regain agency over your own life, which includes things like cooking, bathing, dressing, and toileting.

They also address sensory-motor development and integration. There are a variety of solutions that your pediatric occupational therapist will consider depending on your particular situation.

Educational/Academic Tutoring

Our learning and tutoring programs are the result of 20 years of instructional experience and are designed to increase a variety of cognitive, educational and social skills.

Our caring instructor (and optional Animal-Assisted Education) partners allow for facilitation of increased attention, motivation and a desire to learn. Programs are individualized and focus on your students unique goals. Program plans are on-going and team-centered. Educational Programs meet state education core standards.

Reading Intervention and Therapy

Our Reading program is designed to directly and systematically  teach struggling readers specific decoding, word recognition, reading comprehension  and reading fluency skills.  Intervention for writing and spelling deficits will also be provided as needed.

Pediatric Physical Therapy

Pediatric physical therapy is the treatment of the effects of disease, injury, and disability by using exercise, manual therapy, education, and therapeutic activities.

The primary goal of your pediatric physical therapist is to help you improve your child’s movement and function, while also reducing their pain. As a result, treatment plans will often include stretches, exercises, and functional mobility activities to help your child recover movement efficiently and effectively.

Meet Donna Bernstein, Colleen Berry,
Jocelyn Davey and Susan Becke

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