Whether in the pool, at a restaurant or on horseback, treating a child in varied environments is an effective way to enhance the therapy experience.
Our programs are designed to keep the child engaged in a challenging and fun way.
Speech and Movement
Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers
Schedule sessions are formed for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. Fun interactive games, music, crafts and cooking activities are planned.
Children and their parents come together for an hour of movement and music fun. This is followed by time to create with food or with arts and crafts.
During these activities communication and speech skills are directly targeted. Parents receive hands on demonstrations of speech techniques that are easy to carry over at home.
Squirm to learn sessions
soccer, golf, swimming, karate, climbing are examples of the curriculum.
Enrichment Therapy Sessions
infant to adolescent
Children who are receiving therapy may participate in programs that allow for immediate application of learned skills. This combines 1 to 1 therapy with fun interactive activities with appropriate peer integration.
Toddlers may learn to play an instrument or teenagers may learn to a new language or a new sport.
Sessions are being implemented by January 2016.
Music and Art
Siblings of children receiving habilitation services get together by age and interest. Special events, social gatherings and instructional sessions are scheduled six times throughout the year.
Please call the clinic for dates and registration. Events will also be listed on the Calendar page of our site.
Trainings For Parents and Community Members
Please refer to calendar of events or bulletin board at clinic for upcoming seminars.
Lactation Nutrition for moms
What is Vision Therapy and How Does it Solve Most Reading and Handwriting Delays
Delayed Parental Gratification
Love and Logic
Two Household Dynamics
Understanding Central Auditory Processing and ADHD