Occupational Therapy: Approximately 50-60 infants and toddlers with special needs receive occupational therapy 1-2 times per week to help them improve their fine motor and adaptive skills. Therapy focuses on helping children achieve pre-writing skills, feeding and self care, as well as visual motor coordination.
Physical Therapy: Physical therapy is provided to 30-40 infants and toddlers with physical impairments or limitations. Most children receive therapy 2-3 times per week to help them build strength and coordination of their large muscles (gross motor). A sensory gym and outdoor playground space expose children to varying surfaces and terrains, challenging them to use their new skills in a variety of settings.
Speech Therapy: Nearly all of our infants and toddlers with special needs (approx 60-70) receive speech therapy 1-2 times per week. Therapy focuses first on helping children understand the language around them and then later to express themselves with gestures, words, and then phrases.