Therapy Groups

Sensory-Motor Group: This is a one-hour group-therapy class that helps children with developmental delays and sensory processing issues by applying occupational therapy techniques in a group setting. This class incorporates movement and sensory activities and meets twice a week. It provides the children a fun group setting to continue to work on sensory, motor and social activities.

Language-Motor Group: An occupational therapist and speech-language pathologist work together with a small group of children. When combining motor activities, speech, and language-based activities, therapists often see an improvement in both skills sets. Performance of motor tasks can help children access functional speech and language production, and inclusion of language tasks can assist children in organizing motor activities more effectively.

Fine Motor Group: This group is a one-hour therapy group that helps children with hand and finger skills. Different tools will be used to strengthen hands and provide opportunities to practice unilateral and bilateral coordination skills. This group is designed for 4 and 5 year olds.

Foundational Sensory Motor Group: This one-hour occupational therapy group is intended for children who may need a boost, may have developmental delays, or may have sensory processing issues. The group provides a fun, positive setting that incorporates movement and sensory activities to support young children ability to learn routines and participate in school activities.