At Learn, Play, Grow Children’s Therapy Services, we believe that children can achieve a higher quality of life when their healthcare providers work together. Our team is committed to working closely with each child’s pediatrician to ensure their treatment is tailored to their unique needs.
Our clinic offers several specialized pediatric therapy treatment options to address your patient’s needs:
Serial casting is a physical therapy technique that is used to manage and correct tight muscles that affect joint mobility. It involves applying a series of casts to a child’s limbs to gradually increase their range of motion over time.
We help children get fitted with and learn how to use orthotics in conjunction with routine physical therapy to improve their overall mobility and strength.
The Hypervibe is a tool that we use to help children build muscle strength and joint health through exercising. This is especially helpful for children with chronic conditions like cerebral palsy.
We use the Universal Exercise Unit to help children build muscle strength and increase movement as part of their physical therapy program.
The Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to feeding helps children develop a healthier relationship with food. We use this technique for children with sensory aversions, picky eating, or other feeding disorders.
Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) is a program designed to teach children the skills necessary for handwriting. We use its techniques to facilitate the development of legible and efficient handwriting skills in children as part of their occupational therapy program.
Therapeutic listening is a technique used to address sensory, emotional, and behavioral challenges. It involves listening to specially designed music or sound recordings to improve a child’s sensory processing, emotional regulation, and other occupational skills.
We work with children in Fort Smith, AR, every day to help them overcome their challenges. Some of the conditions we commonly treat include:
As part of our commitment to empowering families, we host monthly support groups. Our student volunteers take care of the children so parents can meet with others who understand their family’s unique experiences.