The Children’s Center for Therapy and Learning is a unique multi-disciplinary private practice that utilizes a family centered team approach to help children to maximize their potentials.
Our highly trained, licensed therapists have advanced degrees in their areas of specialty. They are dedicated to ongoing continuing education and the acquisition of advanced pediatric skills. In addition, we encourage parental input and understand the importance of forming partnerships with the families we serve.
Below you will find each service we provide with a brief description. To learn more about each service use the side menu or click on the learn more link below each service description.
The CCTL is the leader in providing quality, individualized pediatric therapy. We specialize in the areas of sensory integration, auditory and language processing, as well as autism spectrum disorders.
Our occupational therapists provide skilled treatment to help children achieve independence in all facets of their lives. They specialize in developing skills for the many jobs associated with life as a child
Physical therapy services are designed to promote strong gross motor and balance skills. Therapists, specialized in pediatric therapy, work with families to assist their children in sitting, crawling, walking, running and jumping, as needed.
Research has shown that utilizing animals in therapy can make profound impact in many facets of a child development and therapy.
The Children’s Center of Tutoring and Learning, offers comprehensive tutoring in the areas of math, reading and other academic areas.
Behavior Intervention Therapy is a therapy designed to specifically treat “learned non-use” of the affected arm as a result of stroke, cerebral palsy, or brachial plexus injuries.
Social Skills Group
We are currently offering social skills groups for children between the ages of 4 and 10. The goal of our groups is to increase functional social skills that children can use in everyday social settings.
Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA)
“Applied” means practice, rather than research or philosophy. “Behavior analysis” may be read as “learning theory,” that is, understanding what leads to (or doesn’t lead to) new skills. (This is a simplification: ABA is just as much about maintaining and using skills as about learning.) It may seem odd to use the word “behavior” when talking about learning to talk, play, and live as a complex social animal, but to a behaviorist all these can be taught, so long as there are intact brain functions to learn and practice the skills.
Sensory integration refers to how kids will learn to use the information provided by all the sensations coming from within the body and from the external environment.
Our Fast ForWard Program is a computer learning program designed to help struggling readers improve brain fitness and strengthen brain processing.
NeuroNet can be an effective tool to help struggling learners. The NeuroNet programs provide structured, practice of exercises that require integration of rhythm, speech, and motor skills.
The Children’s Center offers trained educational shadows to assist children in their school environment. They are 1:1 aides to help children become independent and function more efficiently in a group learning environment. Shadows have training and/or a background degree in areas such as Psychology, Education, Behavior and Child Development.
Feeding and Oral Motor Therapy
Feeding therapy is designed to assist children with developmental feeding issues, tube fed chidlren, picky eaters and children with sensory feeding issues.