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Compassionate & Competent Therapists

Children are referred to us with a variety of developmental disabilities and delays including cerebral palsy, speech and language disorders, spina bifida, Down syndrome, sensory processing difficulties, muscular dystrophy, sports injuries, blindness, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Experience and research have revealed that one of the best ways to meet the needs of children is through empowering, training, and supporting parents and caregivers. Therefore, we also consider parents and caregivers important beneficiaries of our services.

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy goals often focus on helping a child to meet developmental milestones like sitting, standing, crawling and walking.

Speech &
Language Pathologist

Our therapists work with children who have trouble putting sentences together, stutters or experiences difficulty with sensory processing.

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Social Skills Groups

Specially trained educators and/or therapists provide group sessions that focus on teaching children with special needs a variety of social skills to help improve their ability to make and keep friends, develop more self-confidence, and behave more appropriately across various settings.


Therapists work with families to develop strategies that help children to be more functional in their home, school, play, and community environments. Occupational therapists may use a sensory-based approach to helping children enhance function.

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Applied Behavior Analysis
(ABA) Therapy

Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a type of therapy that focuses on improving specific behaviors, such as social skills, communication, reading, and academics as well as adaptive learning skills.

Parent Education
& Support

We empower parents with the tools to recognize and utilize opportunities to enhance their child’s development as they occur in everyday life.

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Sports Rehabilitation

To rehabilitate or to prevent recurrent or related injury, and regain full strength, power and endurance, flexibility, coordination, and full performance capability. The main principles of youth rehabilitation to prevent re-injury with continued normal growth by keeping therapy interactive and engaging, fun and motivating with results that child and parent can see.

How We Work

We are compassionate, helpful and respectful. We enthusiastically provide the best products and comprehensive services possible. We go to extraordinary lengths to improve the lives of the children and families who are
referred to us.


Parental Support

We empower parents with the tools to recognize and utilize opportunities to enhance their child’s development as they occur in everyday life. In an effort to assist every child in reaching their full potential, parents and/or caregivers are strongly encouraged to participate in all early learning and therapy services.

Leadership Quote

Richelle Harvey, CEO

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