- Giving EVERY child the experience and joy of performing active movement with a focus on ABILITY.
- Giving EVERY child the experience and joy of connecting with others through movement, as movement is the foundation for social interaction.
- Giving EVERY child the experience of maximizing their sensory and motor development to be able to explore and participate fully in their world.
- Giving EVERY parent knowledge of their child’s motor needs and the ability to create and monitor skills and progress outside of therapy sessions.
To accomplish these goals our therapists apply the principles of neuroplasticity, sensory-motor development, and motor learning to help children and their families meet and exceed their goals.
Physical therapists work with children who have movement challenges. Sometimes this is apparent, such as children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida or torticollis. Other times the movement challenges are more subtle and underlie balance, coordination, speech and learning difficulties. Click here to learn more about pediatric physical therapy.