Spot On Therapy Group provides services for infants, children, and adults with a variety of medical diagnoses. Collaboration with ABA therapists, parents, counselors, teachers, and school-based therapists helps to ensure all professionals and team members are “on the same page”. We believe the family is an integral part of the therapy program and provide opportunities for full involvement in their family member’s therapy activities.
Occupational therapy addresses the person’s “occupations” or the activities that he/she engages in throughout his/her day. Occupational therapy addresses a variety of skills, including, but not limited to: sensory integration, social skills, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, cognitive and perceptual motor skills, and self help skills. Co-treatment with speech pathologists or physical therapist is available when appropriate.
Speech-language therapy is designed to build a child or adult’s functional communication skills in the areas of articulation (speech intelligibility), comprehension, expression, and pragmatics (use of social language). Therapists often incorporate role play and social stories into their therapy sessions. Our speech pathologists are also trained in a variety of oral-motor treatment and feeding programs to assist with speech development, Childhood Apraxia of Speech and feeding/swallowing concerns, including “picky eaters.”
Physical therapists will work with you and your family to assist you or your child to gain range of motion, increase strength, and improve function. Physical therapists are trained to assess a client’s condition and help him/her regain maximal functional mobility and independence through a personalized approach. Our staff uses a variety of treatment modalities and techniques to help clients move better and feel better.
Most of our therapists have Early Intervention certification and provide home-based services to infants birth-to-3 years of age. We can also provide therapy services to children in their home or school settings.
We serve children and/or adults with diagnoses of:
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Attention Deficit Disorders
- Other Health Impairment
- Developmental Delay
- Fragile X Syndrome
- Motor Incoordination
- Autism Spectrum Disorder/Asperger Syndrome
- Rett Syndrome
- Down Syndrome
- Cerebral Palsy
- Handwriting difficulties
- Feeding disorders