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Children with communication disorders often have a number of issues that are interrelated. We treat each child as a unique individual and we tailor each treatment plan to fit that child's needs.
Children learn about their world through movement and play. We help children build skills to navigate through their environment more effectively.
Through occupational therapy, we provide the opportunity to develop the strength, body awareness, balance, and perceptual abilities necessary to acquire gross and fine motor skills in order to make interacting with the environment a successful experience for your child.
A variety of sensory and movement experiences are provided at our Atlanta location to introduce the child to activities and interactions aimed at developing specific areas based on the child's needs. The approach taken Group is family oriented and parents are exposed to methods that can be taken home and incorporated into the daily routine with the goal of generalizing the child's learned skills across contexts.
Applied behavior analysis (ABA) is a therapy based on the science of learning and behavior. It is considered a medically necessary treatment for people with autism. ABA therapy can be performed at home, at school and out in the community.
ABA therapy involves working with a trained healthcare professional called a registered behavior technician (RBT), who works with the child or adult to support learning skills that are part of daily living, such as brushing teeth, getting dressed and making a meal. ABA therapy also focuses on helping to reduce challenging behaviors and build social skills.
A behavior technician is supervised by a board-certified behavior analyst (BCBA). BCBAs have a master’s degree or higher in behavior analysis, psychology, or education and must pass a national certification exam.
Physical disabilities include a wide range of disabilities and health issues.
SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDERS (SPD)
Sensory Processing (sometimes called "Sensory Integration") refers to the way the nervous system receives messages
FINE MOTOR DIFFICULTIES
Fine motor control is often thought of due to its essential role in participating in school
Receptive Language Disorders
Expressive Language Disorder
Deficits in Pragmatic Language & Social Skills
Articulation Disorders, such as Apraxia
Oral Motor Disorders
Feeding & Swallowing Challenges
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Pervasive Developmental Disorder