Myofunctional orofacial therapy treats a variety of oral and facial muscle postural and functional disorders and habitual patterns. An individualized regimen of exercises are used to correct tongue and lip resting postures as well as developing correct chewing and swallowing patterns through increasing awareness to the muscles in the mouth and face.
Occupational Therapy is an interactive guided therapy utilizing multi-sensory activities activities incorporating touch, sight, sound, movement, and muscle stimulation. This diverse approach provides your child with experiences needed to master the demands of daily life.
Sensory processing is something that most of us don't even think about. It occurs naturally and spontaneously throughout our day. For example, gently handling a delicate object, pulling our hand away from a hot flame, or stepping down for a curb. When a child's central nervous system has difficulty processing information received, behavior and learning, physical and emotional development may be impacted. Read more...
The tools and programs we utilize
Interactive Metronome® is an assessment and training tool that helps strengthen the brain’s ability to synchronize thought and movement to a steady metronome beat.
Speech-language pathologists play a primary role in the evaluation and treatment of infants, children, and adults with swallowing and feeding disorders.
The Listening Program® is a music listening method, personalized just for you to improve your brain health, at any age or level of ability.
When peer relationships are the primary area of difficulty, group therapy is the most effective format. Our social skills groups teach the acquisition of skills and also focus on performance.