Helping infants and children improve independence with daily activities, such as feeding, dressing, playing, and learning skills by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral, and cognitive capabilities.
Work closely with children to help them learn skills that will foster independence and enable participation in daily activities, such as self-care, play and learning.
Support a student’s ability to participate in desired daily school activities or “occupations.” Help children to fulfill their role as students by supporting their academic achievement and promoting positive behaviors necessary for learning.
EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION
The goal of early intervention is to give children and families the support they need now, before a child has “fallen behind” in education or developmental expectations.
AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDER
Treat a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication to improve independence and participation in a wide range of activities.
SCHOOL-BASED ELIGIBILITY EVALUATIONS
Evaluate age-appropriate skills to provide a clear picture of how to address deficits that have an educational impact and facilitate communication and collaboration with parents.
SENSORY PROCESSING & SENSORY INTEGRATION
Identify sensory and motor difficulties and provide interventions to facilitate effective self-regulation (level of arousal, self-soothing, attention), motor development, and adaptive behavior for functional participation in daily activities.
Proactively include speech therapy, physical therapy, and psychology to provide the most impactful evaluations and treatments for children.