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Pediatric Rehabilitation

Pediatric RehabilitationOur experienced, board-certified therapists apply the latest scientific methods and technologies available. They will work with you, one-on-one, not only helping you feel and function better, but to understand ways you can help yourself.

Sensory Integration Therapy

A child who shows difficulties with the foundations of their senses – whether it be delays in coordination or verbal communication – may show problems in learning, behavior and with self-esteem. Skilled occupational therapy can help your child obtain the skills they need to function. A child’s sensory strengths and challenges will be identified. An individualized treatment plan is created for each child. Since treatment is play-based, it may look like your child is simply playing. However, the process is complex and interactive, with the therapist identifying specific sensory needs. The therapist is constantly adapting activities, presenting new  challenges for the child and integrating these activities with the child’s interests. The child is then set up for improvements with self-regulation, postural control, praxis and sequencing, eye/hand coordination, fine motor skill development, social and emotional development and academic learning. If you have questions about any activities, please ask.