Pediatric Occupational and Physical Therapy
Our Occupational therapists specialize in working with children with a variety of developmental disorders and diagnoses. Therapy focuses on promoting independence and functional participation in day to day activities including but not limited to play, dressing, self-feeding, bathing, sleep routines, fine motor and visual motor skills, gross motor skills, handwriting, and sensory processing skills.
SMSS and SCSS work hard to provide collaborative therapies to ensure the best care for you and your families.
"PLAY IS OFTEN TALKED ABOUT AS IF IT WERE A RELIEF FROM SERIOUS LEARNING. BUT FOR CHILDREN PLAY IS SERIOUS LEARNING. PLAY IS REALLY THE WORK OF CHILDHOOD"
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DEDICATED & INNOVATIVE
Our sister company, Southeastern Communication and Swallowing Specialists (SCSS), offers comprehensive, individualized speech-language evaluations and treatment for children with a variety of impairments including but not limited to delayed articulation, motor speech disorders, apraxia, auditory processing disorder, autism, cognitive delays, phonemic and phonological awareness, and developmental language delays. Speech-Language Pathologists have completed specialized training in pediatric feeding and swallowing disorders including various medical complexities.
Behavioral health clinicians specialize in working with children and their families to address mental health concerns, developmental delays, family dynamics, and feeding and eating disorders. This includes the use of therapeutic interventions including behavior analysis, cognitive behavioral therapy, and play based therapy.
Our physical therapists are dedicated to providing customized one-on-one care that helps children with developmental, and neuromuscular conditions to restore and enhance their development and enable them to participate in desired age appropriate family, community and school-based activities. Our clinicians utilize therapies in a play-based environment that can help children increase their strength, balance, coordination and motor skills.