Our therapists create a specific home program to meet the needs of your loved one. We offer three types of therapy:
- Physical therapy involves the use of physical activities to help build strength and balance for functional tasks such as play.
- Occupational therapy works to help your family member perform activities of daily living.
- Speech therapy helps with communication, swallowing and speech disorders.
We will spend time with your family member so that we can develop a treatment plan that is right for him or her. We partner with you (and your friends or family who are helping you) to care for your loved one and teach you how to continue with therapy activities when we are not with you.
Our physical therapists follow treatment plans built on a good understanding of your loved one’s abilities. We work with them to gain better movement and strength with action packed and fun activities.
Our occupational therapists help your family member gain skills to be more independent with life’s day-to-day activities. We find creative activities that help them with self care, and in the case of children, play and school.
Our speech-language therapists will use a variety of creative ways to help your loved one with communication, speech and language, or swallowing problems.