Physical Therapy

Physical therapists work with patients who have impairments, limitations, disabilities or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other causes. Their role includes examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis and interventions toward achieving the highest functional outcomes for each patient/client.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists work with patients of all ages with a variety of conditions caused by injury or illness, psychological or emotional difficulties, developmental delay or the effects of aging. Their goal is to assist individuals to improve their everyday functional abilities and enable independence, well being and quality of life. Occupational therapists help patients maximize function and enable participation in their own lives.

Speech and Language Pathology

Speech-language pathologists commonly referred to as speech therapists; provide services for the following disorders or delays: articulation (pronunciation of words), fluency (stuttering), voice, receptive language (comprehension), expressive language, pragmatic language (social skills), oral motor skills and swallowing.

Education Services

Education Services commonly known as Teachers provide home education services separate from the therapist to assist in carry- over of the home activity programs provided by the therapist and address concerns in the area of cognitive, social/emotional, and possibly adaptive. They also provide support for the family and help connect them to other resources if needed.