What we treat
We assist with a wide range of issues. Common areas that address are fine motor control, gross motor control and core strengthening. We deal with vision issues as well, dealing with visual motor skills and visual perception. We work on play therapy and social skills, as well as handwriting, ADP and many more.
The Therapy Place philosophy is one of care, dedication and focus on goals. We are not merely treating as a reaction to a diagnoses, we treat to heal. We truly care about each child who is treated in our practice. Each child’s specific issue is treated with tailor made solutions. We discuss progress, what is working, what isn’t and how we can tweak the therapy routine to improve the results of each session. The Therapy Place also does many things differently than others. Years of experience has given us a road-map for success. We know what works and what doesn’t.
Different is Best
We found that one weekly treatment session was not enough for our younger patients. Repetition is key for children to acquire new skills and once a week simply isn’t a critical mass of time for them to retain what they have learned. Therapy is most successful when all the parties are involved and committed to achieving success. We keep our parents happy, informed, and engaged by communicating with them on a regular basis, updating them. We also understand parents have hectic schedules and demands on their time from jobs and the family, The Therapy Place offers treatment during school hours as well as Sunday and Friday to accommodate any schedule.
Who we are
The Therapy Place offers professional care and personal attention that makes a positive difference in the lives of children and adults. Our therapists provide a full battery of traditional and innovative treatments to ensure our patients reach their maximum level of movement and strength. Our staff consists of occupational therapists and speech language pathologist. All Therapy Place staff are committed to our mission; providing our clients the ability to function independently and reach their fullest potential.