Right Start provides a full range of services for infants, toddlers, and children with our team of Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists, Speech-Language Pathologists, and Special Instructors. Our services occur in the child’s natural environment and are designed to meet the developmental needs of the child, and the needs of the family related to enhancing the child’s development in one or more of the following areas: physical motor, communication, behavior, social-emotional, cognitive, adaptive/self-help, and sensory. With our services, Right Start helps children reach their full potential…
Occupational therapy helps children with their overall functional skills needed for everyday life, including play, social interaction, feeding/eating, self-help, motor development, and sensory processing skills needed to tolerate and engage in their world. Right Start occupational therapy improves the functional ability of an infant, toddler or child to perform tasks in their natural environments.
Special Instruction/Behavior Support Therapy
Special instruction and behavior support helps children acquire skills in a variety of developmental areas, including cognitive, social-emotional, behavior, communication and social interaction. Right Start Special Instructors improve a child’s development and early learning, as well as reduce problem behaviors, through specially designed instruction, learning environments and activities.
Speech therapy helps children achieve the ability to communicate by facilitating their speech and language skills. Speech therapy also addresses swallowing and feeding/eating skills. Right Start speech therapy programs improve a child’s understanding of language, both verbal and non-verbal, as well as their ability to produce the necessary sounds, then words, to talk.
Physical therapy helps children in the development of their motor function needed for everyday activities, including movement, strength, endurance, posture, balance, and coordination. Right Start physical therapy improves a child’s progression through their developmental milestones.