Our occupational therapy services address sensory processing and integration difficulties, motor coordination and perceptual difficulties to help children develop the foundations they need to successful with the occupations of childhood: school, play and self-help skills.
Speech/language therapy addresses a variety of issues including: language difficulty, poor articulation, autism, augmentative and alternative communication, apraxia of speech, late talking, stuttering, reading and writing difficulties, pragmatic language deficits, and higher-order thinking skills.
Emerge is proud to be able to offer feeding therapy to families through both occupational and speech therapy. A child may need feeding therapy for a variety of reasons, including restrictive diets, sensory issues, or oral-motor deficits. Our clinical directors of occupational and speech therapy can help you decide which type of therapist is best suited for your child and their needs. Emerge has several staff members trained in the SOS Approach to Feeding.
Emerge’s Specialized Group Sessions offer fun and intensive opportunities to address important skills including: social, communication, sensory processing, fine motor, visual motor, handwriting, and coping. We have programs for children ranging from age 3 to 12.
While a young brain has more plasticity than an older brain, research is showing that the brain is capable of making changes at all ages. Sensory processing challenges can impact a person’s participation, coping strategies, and their overall quality of life so it is never too late to get started.