Just Therapy, LLC 

Pediatric Therapy

 
 

 

 
 
 
 

What We Do


Occupational Therapy:

  • Fine & Gross Motor Delays
  • Sensory Integration Therapy SI/OT
  • Self-care (i.e. shoe tying, dressing, feeding, hygiene)
  • Handwriting including Handwriting Without Tears program
  • Testing to acquire SAT Accommodations – increased time or use of computer for the essay
  • Food Avoidance or feeding issues
  • Behavior issues
  • Treatment for improving Executive Function/organizational skills
  • Training of school staff or workshops for organizations
  • Individual sessions at our fully equipped gym
  • Group sessions
  • OT within the home environment
  • OT within the school 
  • Contracts with local schools and organizations to provide OT services, consulting and training 

Speech Therapy: 

  • Language Disorders
  • Articulation
  • Apraxia of speech
  • Phonology
  • Oral motor dysfunction
  • Nonverbal learning disorders
  • Reading comprehension
  • Beckman Oral Motor Protocol
  • DIR/Floortime
  • Receptive & Expressive language
  • Social language skills
  • Critical thinking
  • Stuttering
  • Consultation

Behavioral Specialist:

  • Individual behavioral therapy
  • Social skils groups
  • Home consultation
  • School consultation

Evaluation & Treatment:

Initial contact is typically through an email or phone call from a concerned parent. This initial contact identifies what the child’s needs are and what specific evaluation tools are necessary for outcome information.  The individual evaluation can be done with the parent in the room or not in the room with the child. Our goal is comfort for the child and in testing, to achieve the very best results.  Appropriate standardized tests and clinical observations of your child complete the hands-on test time. It is typically completed in 1 to 2 hours. Following this hands-on time, a family phone conference to discuss the results and design the individualized plan is arranged.

Regular attendance is extremely important, as progress for your child is dependent upon the consistency of their sessions. Family-Centered goals are designed prior to the initiation of treatment for either treatment model. It is also imperative for you, the parent, to regularly communicate all relevant information to help further treatment (e.g., illness, change in medications, etc.). You may observe sessions and are encouraged to ask questions, and complete the suggested home ideas. This will promote progress and maintain the new skills in your child.

Following each treatment session, parents are provided with a brief review of the session, update on goal accomplishment, and home suggestions. If you require an in-depth conversation about a particular session with the therapist, a phone appointment may be made at the earliest convenient time for both parties. For your child, the usual side effects are fatigue and happy faces, from having fun!