Therapy Services

Speech-Language Therapy


Our skilled therapists work with a variety of communication disorders including:  speech/articulation disorders; apraxia; stuttering; phonological processing disorders; receptive/auditory processing and memory; receptive and expressive language; and Autism Spectrum Disorders.

Orofacial Myology


Carmen Rathert and Amanda Litrell are are on track for certification to become certified orofacial myologists. They work with children and adults with the following:  tongue- and lip-tie consults; infant suck re-training (including sucking post frenectomy); feeding/swallowing disorders; orofacial imbalance/weakness; bruxism; tongue thrust; and habit elimination.

Dyslexia Therapy


Ashley Kelsay is a speech/language pathologist specially trained in the Orton-Gillingham program for children diagnosed with dyslexia.

Physical Therapy


Comprehensive gross motor evaluations lead to individualized and specific treatment plans for each child and their situation, including adaptive equipment when needed.  By improving range of motion, strength, flexibility and balance, we assist children in meeting developmental milestones or regaining lost skills after an injury.  We work closely with the family and other care providers to ensure the most complete plan of care is in place for each child.  Our goal is always to improve the lives of children by helping them achieve their highest potential in an environment surrounded by caring therapists and caregivers.

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Occupational Therapy


Our outstanding occupational therapists encourage development, independence, and reganilitation through the practice of everyday activities.  We consider the child's whole body and how it contributes to overall functioning, but you will commonly find OTs focusing in on fine motor skills, visual motor and perceptual skills, sensory processing, and self-care skills.  Our overall goal is to help kids participate independently right alongside their peers in any environment, regardless of their level of ability.

Play Therapy


Play therapy utilizes play, children's natural medium of expression, to help them express their feelings more easily through toys instead of words.  Play therapy can help individuals communicate, explore repressed thoughts and emotions, address unresolved trauma, and experience personal growth.  Play therapy is widely viewed as an important, effective, and developmentally appropriate mental health treatment.

Benefits of Play Therapy

Feeding Therapy


Our therapists are trained in a variety of therapeutic feeding techniques designed to help children with feeding disorders.

Infant Suck-Retraining


Our Speech-Language Pathologists are trained to assess infants with weak or uncoordinated suck, tension patterns, and lingual immobility that make nursing and bottle feeding difficult.

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Habit Elimination Program


This is a program is designed for children 4 years of age and older who suck thumbs, fingers, use pacifiers, bite finger nails, etc.  Carmen Rathert, M.S. CCC-SLP, is on track to obtaining certification in Orofacial Myology and is specially trained in working with children to eliminate these types of habits.

Social Language Groups


Using the Social Thinking curricula, our speech-language-pathologists teach children with social thinking challenges how to navigate through our complex social world.  Children are placed in groups of 2-3 with similar social abilities.

Rhythmic Movement Therapy


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Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration Therapy


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Rock Tape


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