All Services

Screenings and Evaluations

We proudly offer screenings and evaluations for early childhood therapeutic services in Little Rock, Arkansas. Screenings and evaluations are central to a child’s care. A screening is a short, informal meeting to determine if an evaluation is necessary. Evaluations are standardized and more in-depth assessments that generally last 1-2 hours. These help identify children’s strengths and weaknesses and determine which services will be most beneficial. The initial evaluation will inform future care-based decisions and we will continue to evaluate your child’s progress during their therapeutic journey.

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy can be foundational to a child’s growth and development. We help children with a variety of conditions and delays, such as stuttering and apraxia, so their communication skills can grow. We address language, pragmatics, auditory processing, articulation, oral motor skills, and fluency. Some children may benefit from speech therapy alone while others may need a combination with occupation and/or physical therapy.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children with different delays and conditions, such as autism, gain independence in daily life tasks including learning and interacting with their different environments. Children learn important functional skills through play and specialized activities in occupational therapy. We focus on a variety of areas including, but not limited to, fine motor, visual motor, and visual perceptual skills, self-care, sensory processing, and handwriting. Depending on their needs, some children qualifying for occupational therapy may also need speech and/or physical therapy.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy focuses on assisting children with physical delays, disabilities, and limitations and identifying what tools and/or aids may promote better and more independent movement. We work on a range of factors including strength, flexibility, balance, posture, range of motion, body mechanics, coordination, and endurance. With the help of physical therapy, children can gain self-confidence, independence, and more involvement with their peers.