Co-treatment

Therapists co-treat children who have needs in the areas of speech and occupational therapy. Combining occupational and speech therapies can be very beneficial. During therapy the two disciplines work collaboratively to meet the goals and needs of the child. Often occupational and speech services are needed at the same time during the session making it the most successful. Often a child will participate in their occupational therapy session prior to their speech session. This helps the child to become organized by engaging in sensory activities leading into their speech session.


Testimonials

Julie has been an amazing gift to our family. We asked for help because Sierra was not bringing any food to her mouth and was resisting feeding utensils coming toward her mouth. Through Julie’s guidance we have come to learn about sensory processing disorder and how to best support Sierra. We have also come to realize we as parents are not alone in our challenges with our daughter. Sierra has made incredible progress with Julie’s help.

Sierra's Parent
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