RPTA specializes in therapies for children who have differences in sensory processing and sensory integration. Many of our approaches are based upon the work of sensory integration pioneer, Dr. A. Jean Ayres.
Does your child have a medical diagnosis or developmental condition that may be interfering with an acquisition of life skills?
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Learning Disabilities
- Attention Deficit Disorder
- Fine and Gross Motor Challenges
- Feeding Delays and Disorders
- Other medical conditions
Occupational and physical therapy in a clinic setting can provide, or supplement, services you may already be receiving for your child.
Recovery of function
Has your child suffered an illness and/or injury? Both occupational and physical therapies can assist children in regaining lost skills as well as develop new skills. Therapists may make recommendations for adaptive devices or accommodations, which can help your child achieve independence and improve quality of life. While we do not directly order equipment, we can suggest options and provide a letter of recommendations, which may be submitted to your primary care physician and/or insurance company. We also work with you to develop home programs, or strategies, that you can carry over in the home for continued success.
RPTA specializes in therapies for children who have difficulty understanding and responding appropriately to sensory inputs. Many of our approaches are based upon the work of sensory integration pioneer, Dr. A. Jean Ayres. Sensory processing challenges can co-exist with many other diagnoses, or exist without any other cognitive and developmental findings.