Here at Little Feet Therapy, we offer a number of different pediatric therapy services that can help your child.
Does your child have issues with the larger movements of their body? That is, with walking, crawling, running, rolling, jumping, using stairs, catching, or throwing? Do they seem clumsy? If so, it can have significant impacts on your child’s development and their ability to live an independent life. We can help.
If your child has difficulty with their fine motor skills, they may end up struggling with a wide variety of activities. This can include writing, typing, using a computer, holding things, feeding themselves, buttoning or zipping up clothing, and self care activities, among others. Pediatric occupational therapy can help.
If your child needs pediatric therapy services, there are many different possible barriers to being able to bring them to a clinic for treatment. As a result, Little Feet Therapy is proud to provide mobile and in home physical therapy and occupational therapy treatments to help your child get the best start in life.
Does your child have sensory processing issues? Do they have a poor attention span or difficulty with changes in their daily routine? Do they have difficulty communicating, sleeping, or have poor social skills? For all these issues and more, therapeutic listening treatments can help.
Is your child stressed out by loud noises or bright lights? Do they seem to get irritated by wearing certain types of clothes, picky in their food choices, or are averse to physical touch? If so, these symptoms can be related to sensory processing disorder. Sensory integration therapy treatments can help.
In person pediatric therapy treatments are great, but there are situations where it’s more effective to take a teletherapy approach. In particular, if you or your child has a compromised immune system or you live in a remote area, you can use pediatric teletherapy to get your child the treatment they need.
Our minds learn more before the age of three than we do any other period in life. So if your child has a developmental disability or delay, it’s important to get pediatric therapy at a young age. Early intervention has been shown to treat developmental concerns more effectively than waiting until they’re older.