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Occupational and Physical Therapy Needs Addressed:

  • Sensory Processing

  • Feeding

  • Fine Motor Skills (including handwriting & typing)

  • Gross Motor Skills

  • Range of Motion, Strength, Coordination

  • Posture and Fitness

  • Visual Perception

  • Visual-Motor Integration

  • Motor Planning

  • Executive Function

Speech-Language Therapy Needs Addressed:

  • Articulation, Fluency, Voice Quality, Resonance

  • Receptive Language (understanding language)

  • Expressive Language (sharing ideas, thoughts, feelings)

  • Phonology (interpreting speech sounds in language)

  • Semantics (content of language)

  • Pragmatics (functional and social language)

  • Verbal and Nonverbal Communication

Therapists will evaluate the client through standardized and norm-referenced assessments, record clinical impressions, and issue recommendations, which may include a therapy plan. To execute the plan, therapists will coordinate with the parents and teachers to ensure active participation by all parties. Parents and therapists will communicate about goals and mark them as they are achieved.


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