Transition to Adulthood
Pediatric Occupational Therapy develops sensory and visual motor skills used in everyday life. It helps children play and aids their daily activities while also boosting self-esteem and gives a sense of accomplishment.
Occupational Therapy develops fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and basic life skills (self-feeding, bathing, dressing, brushing teeth). It also teaches kids positive behaviors and social skills by practicing how they manage frustration.
Physical Therapy improves a child’s range of motion, flexibility, strength, and movement patterns. Therapists help children learn how to move their bodies to make everyday life easier.
Physical Therapy utilizes specialized exercise equipment and tools like balance beams, small trampolines, therapy balls, hoops, and toys. This gym-style environment helps your child develop motor movement to improve their mobility in everyday life.
Speech Therapy helps kids improve speech and language skills. It improves voice and sound production, comprehension, clarity, fluency, and expression.
Speech Therapists interact through talking, playing, and using books, pictures, and everyday objects to help stimulate language development. They also model sounds and syllables and provide strategies for the parent and child to improve speech and language at home.
Counseling focuses on the emotional well-being of your child and family. We offer counseling for children, teens, couples, and families.
Our counselors are licensed and trained to diagnose and treat mental health disorders including Attachment Disorders, Trauma, Anxiety, OCD, Depression, ADHD as well as other mental health concerns. We also help children and teens with Autism understand, engage, and feel more comfortable in social situations. Our goal is to strengthen family units while giving each individual the skills they need to navigate complex relationships and challenges.
ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) is an evidence-based therapy based on the science of behavior, and focuses on skill acquisition and teaching socially-significant behaviors, including functional communication, daily living skills, and social skills, while minimizing and replacing the use of challenging behaviors. The methods utilized are data-driven and based on research, with the overall goal of teaching and reinforcing behaviors that lead to an improved quality of life.
ABA is not a “one-size-fits-all” model, and each program is tailored to the needs of the individual and their families. ABA is currently one of the most effective treatments for individuals diagnosed with Autism, according to the U.S. Surgeon General, the American Psychological Association, and the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Transition to Adulthood programs focus on foundational self care skills such as hygiene management, dressing skills, and safe meal preparation. This program prepares kids with special needs for life on their own as they embark on a new and exciting season in life.
Some transitional instruction also includes apartment management, job skills, social skills, grocery shopping and nutrition, college or trade school preparation, and self-advocacy.
We accept over 20 different insurance plans.
- If you have questions about coverage, give us a call. We are happy to help.