Physical Therapy (PT) works on improving a child’s muscle strength/ flexibility, coordination and balance. If your child is NOT rolling, sitting up, holding head in midline, tolerating tummy time, crawling or walking on time he/she may need physical therapy.
PT is currently being offered in:
Dunn, Sanford, Raleigh, Durham, Wake Forest and Winston Salem
Occupational Therapy (OT)works on improving a child’s muscle strength-especially in the upper extremity, muscle coordination/bilateral upper extremity use, sensory issues (seeks sensory input or does not like to be touched/sensitive), handwriting, dressing and feeding. If your child is NOT manipulating or holding toys, using both upper extremities, dressing, feeding or writing on time he/she may need occupational therapy.
OT is currently being offered in:
Speech Therapy (SLT) works on improving a child’s speech sounds, ability to communicate and understand speech. If your child is NOT making age appropriate sounds, speaking clearly, understanding speech, feeding on time or if your child stutters he/she may need speech therapy.
SLT is currently being offered in:
Western and Blue Ridge Mountain areas