Improving communication in children and adults with a variety of speech and oral motor difficulties, including phonological disorders, articulation delays, apraxia of speech, dysarthria, and voice disorders.
Improving a patient’s function in activities of daily living, such as grasping, dressing, feeding for sensory strategies, handwriting, and visual-auditory-tactile sensory aversions.
Helps to improve mobility, balance and coordination, strength, and range of motion in order to assist the patient in better accessing their environment and meeting their developmental milestones.
Focusing on increasing vocabulary, increasing length of utterances, improving sentence structure, increasing memory skills, building social language skills, and improving problem solving skills.
Improve feeding skills using a structural oral-motor, sensory behavioral approach. Beneficial for children learning to wean off of a tube, children with Autism, and children with aversions to certain textures.
Beneficial for patients who are unable to come into our clinic for therapy. We are able to provide a variety of therapy services in the home environment for patients with computer access.