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Multi-disciplinary pediatric therapy services to help your child reach developmental milestones and their full potential.

Our commitment is partnering with you in caring for one of the most important individuals in your life, your child.


Early intervention is truly the key to success and we would love to make a difference in your child's life! We'll develop a plan of care that's right for your child and their unique needs.


Throughout your child's treatment, our expert therapy team will share each step of your child's progress with you. We do this for the proven positive effects that are created when families are involved in a child's therapy.


Your involvement is vital to the success of their therapy. Please feel free to contact us if you think your child may benefit from our services or if you have any questions. 

Speaking Practice

Speech  Therapy

Our speech-language pathologists work with your child to evaluate speech and language skills and determine how to improve communication. We treat a variety of speech and language disorders including articulation, expressive and receptive language, apraxia, phonogical disorders, social pragmatics and fluency. 

Feeding Therapy

Our feeding specialists are all trained in the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach. This approach is designed to keep mealtimes positive, structured and as stress free as possible. Our feeding programs address oral motor skills needed to chew and swallow as well as the sensory aspect of feeding. Children with sensory processing difficulties are often very picky and will sometimes only eat a few select foods. We realize how stressful feeding problems can be for parents and are here to walk you through this journey with your child. 

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Sleeping Baby

Newborn Feeding

When newborns struggle with feeding, parents can feel defeated and no parent should feel that way. We are here to help. We can evaluate your newborn to determine if their feeding problems are related to tongue and/or lip ties, muscular weakness, incoordinated motor planning or any other factors that could be affecting feeding. We can help with breastfeeding, bottle feeding and transitioning to solid foods. Our speech and feeding specialists evaluate and treat any oral deficits and our physical therapist evaluates your child's posture, stability and body movements to be sure your baby has all the tools to sustain their nutritional needs to grow and develop. 

Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists will help your child gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize. Our occupational therapists can help your child with delays in fine motor skills, handwriting, developing visual motor skills, problem-solving, memory and attention, sensory integration and self care tasks.

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Happy Girl

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy is recommended for children who are not meeting their developmental milestones, as well as children who are experiencing physical challenges due to a condition or injury affecting their musculoskeletal or neurological system. Physical therapy can address the following:      Strength, Flexibility, Posture, Coordination, Balance, Walking, Adaptive and Assistive Devices


Our Pediatric Physical Therapy services can help with a variety of conditions that affect your child’s motor skills, including:     

Cerebral Palsy, Torticollis/Plagiocephaly, Spina Bifida, Developmental Delays, Autism, Down Syndrome, Club Foot, Gait Abnormalities (Toe Walking) 

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