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Speech-Language Pathologists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve communication disorders such as:  articulation, receptive/expressive language, literacy (reading/writing/phonics/comprehension), stuttering/fluency, voice, oral-motor skills, swallowing, feeding, social skills, and hearing loss. We use the following Lindamood-Bell programs* for our students:  Talkies®, Visualizing and Verbalizing®, LiPS®, Seeing Stars®,  and On Cloud Nine®.   If you would like additional information regarding these programs, or to read the evidence-based research about these programs, please click here.

Occupational Therapists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve fine motor skills, sensory processing and self-care skills.  Occupational Therapists focus on visual-perceptual skills, cognitive skills, sensory processing deficits and fine motor skills related to activities of daily living, evaluations for specialized/adaptive equipment, sensory integration disorders, visual motor integration and listening therapy.

Physical Therapists conduct evaluations and customize treatment programs to improve gross motor skills, balance/coordination, endurance, muscle performance, and posture.  Physical Therapists focus on pain management, general strengthening, range of motion, gross motor functioning and other physical issues relating to:  walking/gait training, evaluations for specialized/adaptive equipment, gross motor delays (walking, crawling, kicking, throwing, climbing, jumping), torticollis, and neuromuscular deficits.

How services are implemented:

  1. A referral is received from the primary care physician.
  2. A comprehensive evaluation is completed by a certified therapist (Speech, Occupational or Physical Therapist).
  3. A treatment plan is created, in writing, to facilitate the improvement of speech/language skills, motor skills and/or sensory disorders.
  4. Families are involved every step of the way being shown how to use newly learned skills in their home and/or school environments.
  5. Discontinuation of therapy services occurs when age-appropriate skills are achieved or when improvement is no longer evident.