a state-of-the-art therapy facility for your child.
Treehouse Pediatric Therapy aims to provide kids with a fun and safe space to grow, by offering the best facilities and most innovative treatments all under the guidance of skilled speech and occupational therapists.
Speech is the verbal means of communicating including articulation (how speech sounds are made), fluency (rhythm of speech), and voice (the actual production of sound). Each area can be addressed at Treehouse.
Language is how we communicate with others through speaking, writing, and gesturing. It also includes what we hear, read, and understand from those communicating with us. Difficulties in any areas of language can impact a child’s ability to learn and interact with those around them.
Feeding is the act of gathering food in order to eat it. Once the food enters the mouth the act of swallowing begins. Many factors come into play when children prepare to eat. “Picky eaters” and motor difficulties can be addressed with feeding therapy.
SensorY & motor
Sensorimotor is the process of receiving sensory input and producing a motor response. Sensory information is received through your child's sensory systems (i.e. vision, hearing, smell, taste, touch, vestibular, and proprioception) and then needs to be processed to produce an appropriate motor response to be successful in daily tasks. Occupational therapy can help with the development of both sensory and motor skills.