Read the latest news, announcements and information about our speech, occupational and physical therapy centers.
As a society, we’ve come a long way towards understanding the need for paying close attention to the development of our children, and intervening when natural processes aren’t unfolding the way they should.
ASHA recently reported that, ‘Many toddlers diagnosed with ASD who receive early intervention can attend regular kindergarten, cutting annual education costs by $10,000 per child, according to Autism Navigator. The Autism Society of the United States says that early intervention can reduce the cost of care by 67%.”
The role that speech and language pathologists play in these interventions can change the trajectory of a child’s life.
Making and keeping friends doesn’t always come easily, but social skills can be learned though modeling, guided play, and practice! Come join our dynamic and creative camp lead by two of our Speech-Language Pathologists.
For kids ages: 4-6 or 7-9: Should be verbal and have the ability to work in small groups
Reducing stress is a key component to the well-being of your family. We know that parenting a little one on the autism spectrum can be challenging. You work extra hard at facilitating the work your child is doing, and it can be stressful not knowing how your loving efforts are being received.
Have concerns about your child’s gross motor development? Here is a list of some important gross motor milestones that occur between birth and 6 years of age. If your child seems to be behind in their motor development or if you concerns about their quality of movement, our pediatric physical therapists are here to help!