What we do:
Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who, because of illness, injury, developmental delay, or psychological problems, need assistance to lead independent productive lives. OT’s use everyday living skills to increase functioning to the maximum potential. Therapy may include a variety of methods. Our team of professionals will work with clients and families to evaluate needs and the type of therapy that can be the most helpful.
Speech Language Pathology:
Speech language Pathologists work with people who cannot make speech sounds or cannot make them clearly. They may address problems with understanding of language and producing language. Problems may include cognitive communication problems such as memory, problem solving, maintaining attention and oral motor problems that affect the ability to eat and swallow safely.
Physical therapists attempt to address the problems that limit a person’s ability to move and perform functional activity at an optimal level. Physical therapy may help to improve or restore function, may relieve pain associated with a variety of conditions and may help individuals in gaining the maximum amount of movement possible.