Occupational Therapists (OTs) help children acquire (or regain) the skills needed to perform the activities—or “occupations”—of daily life.
Physical Therapists (PTs) use a variety of treatment techniques to promote strength, balance, coordination, and age appropriate gross motor skills.
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) focus on improving a child’s speech and abilities to understand and express verbal/nonverbal language.
Private Duty Nursing (PDN) allows nurses to work next to our therapists, ensuring children get an entire team of dedicated medical professionals.
Tiffany is R.F.’s day to day therapist and Esther did come last week to oversee one of the visit’s but she was up to date on R.F.’s progress and goals. R.F. has flourished so much since March when her OT started. I AM SUPER PLEASED with Tiffany, Esther and Shantara, who came while Tiffany was off. Thanks so much!
I wouldn’t change anything for the evaluation because Mrs. Yahaira did an excellent job with my son. She has patience and an angel that makes kids trust her and she explains everything step-by-step for every form that I need to sign. We need more people like her in this world. Thanks for everything. We are very happy that our son is going to receive speech therapy with Carla, SLPA.
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Concerned about your child’s development? Try our developmental checklist created to help you gauge if your child could benefit from occupational, physical or speech therapy. This checklist is not to replace an evaluation by a professional. Please remember all children develop at different, unique rates.