Group Therapy

Group therapy is used to promote language, motor, cognitive, pre-academic, and social skills through age-appropriate interactions and engaging activities.
 

  • Preschool Groups
    These groups are for 2-5 year-olds for 2 hours/day to enhance all skills needed to succeed in preschool
     

  • Social Groups
    These groups are hour-long groups based on age and skill-level who meet to help develop peer relationships by targeting skills such as improving conversational skills, taking others’ perspectives, emotional regulation, empathy, problem-solving, cooperation, and identifying and responding to verbal and non-verbal social cues.
     

  • Feeding Groups
    These groups meet once a week for an hour with a Speech Language Pathologist to assist picky eaters or children with medical conditions that affect oral intake. Feeding is addressed from a developmental and sensory standpoint while children interact with peers, learn about foods, explore tastes and textures, and increase the variety of foods they will eat
     

  • Handwriting Groups
    These groups meet once/week for an hour with an occupational therapist to help improve fine motor skills using the Handwriting Without Tears Curriculum.
     

  • Keyboard/Typing Group
    These groups meet once/week for an hour with an occupational therapist to help improve typing skills using the Keyboarding Without Tears Program.
     

  • School Readiness Groups
    These groups are only held in the summer for Kindergarten to 2nd grade for 2 hours/day to develop skills for elementary school.