Why Speech Therapy?
Speech-language therapy addresses the way in which we communicate; however, speech and language are different! Speech involves the way that we say words which includes articulation, fluency, and voice. Language involves the words that we use and how we use them to communicate what we want and need. This includes what we understand, what we express, and how we socially interact with our friends and family. We can have difficulties with our speech, language, or both! Speech therapy involves tackling these difficulties to assist you in reaching your communication goals.
What Is Occupational Therapy?
Pediatric Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on helping children develop skills and self-confidence as they progress and become more independent. Pediatric OT can benefit variety of children, from premature infants, to kids with sensory processing disorders, to children struggling to write or tie their shoes. Through meaningful activities and play, OT facilitates the development of age-appropriate skills to help them play, learn, and grow!
We strive to provide an environment in which everyone who walks through our doors feels welcomed, important, and listened to. What impacts your child and family matters to us! At My Turn, our goal is to provide you with all of the tools necessary for a successful therapy journey.
Parental/caregiver involvement and education are crucial to the success of any pediatric therapy. At My Turn, you will receive comprehensive training and education involving your child's therapy goals, progress, and treatment strategies.