• School Screenings
• Standardized, Comprehensive Evaluations
• Individualized Goals and evaluation Report
• Re-evaluation to ensure progress and/or modification to Plan of Care (POC)
An Occupational therapist and occupational therapy assistant help people across the lifespan engage in the things they want and need to do to be independent in their everyday routine through play and the therapeutic use of everyday activities (occupations). Occupational Therapy services are provided in following areas:
• Facilitating hand writing development in school-aged children
• Promoting functional skills for children with developmental disabilities
• Providing individualized treatment for sensory processing difficulties
• Addressing psychosocial needs of a child and teaching effective coping strategies
• Increase Social skills and appropriate behavioral skills
A Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) assess, diagnose, and treat speech, language, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders. Speech Therapy Services are provided in the following areas:
• cognitive aspects of communication; attention, memory, problem solving, executive functions.
• Speech sound disorder; Phonation, articulation fluency, resonance, and voice.
• Language delay/disorder; Pragmatic, social aspects, comprehension, and expression.