Speech, physical, and occupational therapies are essential to addressing developmental delays in children.
If your child has difficulty with fine and/or motor skills, cognition, strength, balance, coordination, activities of daily living, sensory integration, or feeding, an occupational therapist may be able to help! Occupational therapists help improve strength endurance, and can help to promote participation and independence in functional activates in a client's everyday life.
If a child has difficulty with muscles, joints and limbs, a Physical Therapist can help the child gain and maintain abilities.
For more information on therapy, contact:
Director of Children’s Services