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speech therapy for children| occupational therapy| physical therapy PowerPoint Presentation
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speech therapy for children| occupational therapy| physical therapy

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  1. About Us At Therapy OPS, we offer a one-of-a-kind experience where patients receive care with a supportive team. We cherish an imaginative environment with exercises, treatment, and hands-on activities that allow patients to grow and advance their skills. Our staff and volunteers each play an intricate part in the success and health of our patients. A spirited team effort upholds our mission.

  2. Our Vision & Mission By providing flexible scheduling options, small therapist to client ratios, and skilled staff, we are able to tailor our programs to a child’s unique needs while providing the frequency, oversight, and quality care our clients deserve and expect. Our ultimate goal for the children we serve, upon leaving Therapy OPS, is for them to be successful in all areas physically, intellectually and socially.

  3. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY • Occupational therapy focuses on increasing a child’s participation in activities of daily living (feeding, dressing, toileting) and school performance.Your child may benefit from Occupational Therapy if he/she has: • Limited diet, refuses to eat most foods • Difficulty dressing independently • intolerance to textures/loud sounds/movement • Delayed handwriting and fine motor skills • Difficulty using two hands together • Visual scanning/tracking deficits

  4. PHYSICAL THERAPY • Physical therapy aims at improving gross-motor, balance, and mobility to increase independence in functional activities.Your child may benefit from Physical Therapy if he/she has: • Delayed crawling/walking • Persistent toe-walking habits • Poor unsupported sitting/standing balance • Trouble learning how to jump. skip, ride a bike • Decreased ability to throw and catch a ball • Need for wheelchair mobility training

  5. SPEECH THERAPY • Speech Therapy targets speech, language, cognitive-communication and swallowing disorders in order to Increase communication, cognition, and expression in everyday activities.Your child may benefit from Speech Therapy if he/she has: • Limited vocalization/recognizing common items • Trouble asking and answering questions • Stuttering difficulties • Limited communication with peers • Swallowing disorders

  6. Contact Us Phone (469) 917-0805 Email info@therapyopstx.com Fax (469) 917-0799 Website https://therapyopstx.com/

  7. Thank You