- Individual, customized therapy
- Comprehensive Assessments
- School Readiness screenings
- Small Group Instruction
- On site programs and workshops
How do I know if my child would benefit from therapy services?
Many children with the following diagnoses would benefit from OT or Speech Therapy:
- Sensory Processing Deficits
- Autism Spectrum Disorders/PDD/Aspergers
- Dyspraxia/Motor Planning deficits
- Hypotonia or Hypertonia (low or high muscle tone)
- Handwriting or other fine motor deficits (Dysgraphia)
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Generalized weakness
- Ocular Motor Skill deficits
- Developmental Delay
- Articulation Disorders
- Language Disorders
- Oral / Verbal Apraxia
- Auditory Processing Disorders
What is involved with an evaluation?
- In-depth parent questionnaire and sensory history forms to be completed prior to the evaluation
- At least one phone conversation between therapist and parent
- Standardized and non-standardized assessments
- One-hour parent/therapist consultation to review all test results and therapist recommendations
- Full written report
What is a multi-disciplinary approach? The therapists work closely with a team of professionals or any other professionals in your child’s life in order to see the whole child and provide comprehensive consultations. It is very important that when there are several people working with your child, including Speech/Language Pathologists, Behavior Therapists, Physical Therapists, Teachers/Special Education Teachers, Medical Doctors, Mental Health Counselors, etc, that a team approach be formed. The team at Whole Child Integrative Center works very hard to ensure that all professionals who are willing are collaborating on your child’s care and progress.
Whole Child Integrative Center is extremely dedicated to educating parents, schools and all other professionals to help recognize signs and symptoms of Sensory Processing problems and Speech/Language deficits. We are available for quick and in-depth presentations, school consultations, and workshops.