Occupational therapy is dedicated to helping children develop all the abilities they need for the many “jobs” of childhood, including play, self-care and school performance. Occupational therapy includes intervention aimed at the acquisition of specific skills, as well as the development of compensatory strategies and environmental accommodations needed to ensure meaningful and successful participation in life.


The Speech Language Pathologist evaluates and treats delays and disorders of receptive and expressive language, social rules of communication, articulation, and hearing. The SLP works with children whose difficulties impact language and learning skills, reading skills, written expression, organization and problem solving skills, and higher level cognitive functions.