Individual Services- Continuing to offer individualized and family-oriented teletherapy services with our highly qualified clinicians. Let us join you in your home, via video, for:
- Traditional, individual therapy: 60 minute sessions to address cognitive, fine and/or gross motor, speech-language, and feeding deficits
- Parent support sessions: 15-30 minute sessions designed to help parents support their children in highly functional ways during specific daily routines
- Intensive block therapies: 30-60 minute sessions, 3-5 times per week for 2-4 weeks to address a specific functional and/or academic skill
Virtual Teletherapy in the time of COVID 19 helps us continue to help your child thrive! Feel free to watch this video produced by Good Morning America for a quick explanation.
Group Services: Integrated Pediatric Therapies is also committed to keeping our kids connected. The following group services are being offered through teletherapy.
Ready, Set, Grow
This fun, play-based group is designed for 2 to 3 year-old children who need support to develop language, play, and social skills. Waiting, turn-taking, following directions, and transitions are performed in a virtual classroom in your home. Using common objects and family routines, this weekly, 60-minute group provides opportunities to follow a schedule, as well as learn and practice skills needed for preschool, like circle time, snack, and art. Monthly themes are used to enhance vocabulary development, knowledge of early basic concepts, and pre-literacy skills. Early Intervention enrollment is not required for children to participate. Parent participation is mandatory.
Do you have a child staring kindergarten in the fall? This fun routine based intensive will provide you and your child with the structure and resources you need to step into the kindergarten classroom both physically and virtually. This intensive will spark your child’s curiosity by engaging in a variety of activities such as circle time, fine-motor crafts, and gross-motor sensory breaks, while honing social skills on a virtual platform. Your child will get a jump start on school-readiness skills such as developing pencil grasp, pre-writing strokes, turn-taking, identifying shapes, colors, and letters, and self-care skills to increase independence in a school setting. Weekly themes will offer fun learning opportunities for both parents and child.
This group is ideal for children ages 4-5, who will be entering Kindergarten in the fall.
We will have a 30 minute “back to school” session with just the parents to assist with setting up a virtual classroom space and talk through expectations.
Navigating Social Situations in the Age of Technology
As children and teens use electronic devices to connect now more than ever, this group will help children learn to problem solve, work as part of a group, connect, and improve their social communication skills in a fun, online format.
Sounds and Letters and Words, Oh My!
Utilizing listening, phonological skills, letter knowledge, and early decoding skills, your child will build his or her reading and writing strengths. Thematic vocabulary, reading comprehension strategies, and specific language instruction will also be addressed to help your child better generalize skills. Based on a screening, a three week-long intensive curriculum will be tailored to children’s needs to boost skills for the fall. Group will meet 4 days/week for 2 hours/day. For children 4-7 years old.
I CAN COOK!
This group was developed to help your child participate in an important family routine and develop a lifelong skill, cooking! Each week a new recipe will be featured while focusing on hand strength and dexterity needed to open containers, using utensils, mixing, pouring, etc. These skills also enhance academic and self-care skills. Your child will also work on the ability to follow a sequence of steps and increase attention for a multi-step activity while using a recipe. Finally, your child will have the opportunity to virtually share their finished product with others in the group or with a family member or friend in their home, which promotes positive social skills and interactions. Let’s get cooking!