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Why KidzSPOT

Our highly qualified and trained team of Physical, Occupational and Speech-Language therapists work together in their commitment to make a positive impact in your child's life.  Our team recognizes that children are faced with unique challenges as they develop and grow. As such, our assessments, treatment programs and therapy services are tailored to meet the specific needs of the child and their families.

Some of the areas in which our therapists specialize include: (click a spot below for more information)

Some of the areas in which our therapists specialize include: (click a spot below for more information)

Cranial Sacral Therapy

Cranial Sacral Therapy

Infant Massage

Kinesio Taping®

Kinesio Taping®

Kinesio Taping®

Neuro-Developmental Treatment (NDT)

Sound Therapy

Sound Therapy

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Myofascial Release (MFR)

Interactive Metronome

Interactive Metronome

Sensory Integration

Sensory Integration

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Occupational therapy's goal is to increase each child's ability to play, explore and learn by focusing on their strengths while improving their weaknesses. Play is a learned skill, which combines motor, sensory and cognitive abilities. They use fun and engaging activities that concentrate on typical development, motor coordination, sensory processing, fine motor as well as self-help skills. Whether your child is an infant or a teenager, they will receive skilled and personalized care each session.

Areas that our therapists provide evaluation and treatment for may include:

  • Sequencing, timing and rhythm coordination
  • Fine motor, Handwriting
  • Visual-Motor
  • Self-help dressing, feeding and hygiene
  • Muscle strength, range of motion and functional activities of daily living
  • Sensory processing, sensory integration and sensory-motor
  • Adaptive splints and equipment, assistive device recommendation and training
  • Sensory oral feeding

Physical therapists address each child's individual needs through personalized programs.  Developmental play is utilized for strengthening and the promotion of normal movement patterns with the infants and toddlers.  School aged children's needs are addressed through large motor play, resistive exercises, balance and coordination activities.  Various sensory-motor techniques are incorporated to maximize the effectiveness of treatment sessions to treat the "whole" child.  Regardless of your child's skill level, they will be provided with skilled and individualized care each treatment session.

Areas that our therapists provide evaluation and treatment for may include:

  • Gross motor skills, walking, mobility
  • Balance, coordination, agility
  • Muscle strength, range of motion, flexibility, postural alignment
  • Sensory-motor function, functional exercises
  • Adaptive equipment and assistive device recommendation and training
  • Orthotic and prosthetic recommendation and training

Speech-language pathologists are professionals who assist children in developing the speech and language skills necessary for effective communication as well as assisting children with feeding disorders. Therapy includes activities to remediate or augment the communication process and improve oral motor development. Our therapists incorporate creative treatment strategies to facilitate the child's progress.

Areas that our therapist may provide evaluation and treatment include:

  • Receptive language development (Comprehension)
  • Expressive language development (Spoken Language); articulation, voice, fluency, dysarthria, apraxia
  • Communication skills and social interaction
  • Cognition, problem solving, reasoning, orientation to space and time and memory
  • Pre-speech & feeding skills, swallowing and oral-motor/speech disorders
  • Augmentative and alternative communication (Communication boards and devices)
  • Sign language