Speech therapy: Click for more detailed information
Speech-Language therapy plays an important role with assisting children who may have difficulty with articulation, fluency, and expressive and receptive language. In addition, treatment may also include pragmatics (social skills), swallowing and feeding skills.
Occupational therapy: Click for more detailed information
Occupational therapy focuses on developing and treating difficulties with fine motor skills, oral motor skills, strength and coordination, as well as improving the ability to perform self-care activities.
Physical therapy: Click for more detailed information
Physical therapy assists in helping develop strength and range of motion needed to move around effectively. Common reasons why physical therapy is needed is because of delayed milestones, poor balance and coordination.