What We Offer
Advanced Therapy Solutions provides the highest quality of Speech Language and Occupational Therapy at our state-of-the-art, outpatient clinic.
Children have the opportunity to explore their milestone development through the use of natural play schemes in an enriched sensory-motor environment!
Our services include:
- Occupational Therapy Assessment and Screenings
- Individual Occupational Therapy
- Craniosacral Therapy (Children & Adults)
- Speech & Language Assessment and Screenings
- Individual Speech & Language Therapy
- Group Therapy-Social Skills & Feeding Therapy
- Social Thinking Groups for children ages 4 & 5, 6-8 & 9-11
- SOS Feeding Therapy
We serve individuals with:
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- ADD & ADHD
- Autism Spectrum Diagnoses
- Fine and gross motor coordination disorders
- Infant Torticollis and associated head deformities
- Apraxia of Speech
- Articulation Disorders
- Expressive & Receptive Language delays
- Other psychological and neurological conditions
The staff of Advanced Therapy Solutions are committed to providing the highest standard of pediatric therapy services to optimize your child’s development. We are dedicated to helping your entire family! Our professional staff consists of licensed Occupational Therapists and Speech & Language Pathologists. Our practice specializes in a variety of therapy techniques.
The goal of an occupational therapist is to improve activities of daily living, which can include self-care skills, play skills, and school/academic performance.
A brief test using a screening tool does not provide a diagnosis, but it indicates if a child is on the right development track or if a specialist should take a closer look. If the screening tool identifies an area of concern, a formal developmental evaluation may be needed. This formal evaluation is a more in-depth look at a child’s development, usually done by a trained specialist, such as a developmental pediatrician, child psychologist, speech-language pathologist, occupational therapist, or other specialist. The specialist may observe the child, give the child a structured test, ask the parents or caregivers questions, or ask them to fill out questionnaires. The results of this formal evaluation determines whether a child needs special treatments or early intervention services or both.