Detecting APD

Kids with APD are thought to hear normally because they can usually detect pure tones that are delivered one by one in a very quiet environment (such as a sound-treated room). Those who can normally detect sounds and recognize speech in ideal listening conditions are not considered to have hearing difficulties. However, the ability to…

Feeding Therapy

Feeding / Dysphagia Evaluation A feeding / dysphagia evaluation is an evaluation in which your child’s feeding and swallowing abilities are assessed. After a thorough evaluation of the structure of your child’s oral musculature, we will evaluate the function of your child’s oral musculature during eating. We will make sure that the oral motor and…

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help children succeed in meeting the daily occupations of childhood (play, school, and self-help skills) to address issues processing sensory input. These children misinterpret everyday sensory information, such as touch, movement and sound. Kids may feel sensory overload. This can lead to difficulties with motor coordination, social/emotional challenges, school difficulties, behavioral problems, and…

Speech Therapy

Our speech language pathologists help children develop communication abilities and treat articulation, language, swallowing, and voice disorders. We use a team approach when evaluating or providing services for children. Speech therapists work with the family, the physician and other caregivers to optimize outcomes in clinic, home and community environments. Our treatment plan is tailored for…