PEDIATRIC THERAPY

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The first years in a child’s life are a time of rapid brain development that will never be matched again. Parents can help their children take full advantage of this rich growth period by prioritizing developmental screenings and early intervention pediatric therapies to make major leaps forward in everything from language and speech development to interpersonal interaction. Children whose delays are caught during this time see much better long-term progress results than those who are treated later.

 

 

 

MK WINNERCONTACT ENCOMPASS PEDIATRIC THERAPY
425.888.3347

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BIRTH-TO-3 EARLY INTERVENTION

The Encompass Birth-to-Three Early Intervention Program supports optimal growth and development of infants and toddlers with developmental delays through comprehensive services that focus on in-home therapy and assessment, family support and individualized programs for each child. Learn More.

PEDIATRIC THERAPY

Voted Most-Loved Pediatric Therapy by Macaroni Kid, our Pediatric Therapy program provides services on a fee-for-service basis for children from 1 to age 12 who have documented developmental delays and do not fit the age or disclosure requirements associated with our Birth-to-Three Early Intervention program. We accept all insurance plans and provide a discount for cash clients.

THERAPIES & CLASSES OFFERED AT ENCOMPASS

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Physical therapists who work with children find creative and fun ways to strengthen children’s bodies, improve their coordination and balance and help them recover from injuries (including sports), illnesses and trauma.

FEEDING THERAPY

Feeding therapy helps infants and children with a wide array of feeding difficulties such as reduced or limited intake, food refusal, food selectivity (type, texture), swallowing difficulty, oral motor deficits, delayed feeding development, food or swallowing phobias, and mealtime tantrums.

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

 Occupational therapy focuses on a child’s ability to participate in daily routines (or “occupations”), including play, rest and sleep, education, social participation and other activities of daily living.  Learn more.

SPEECH & LANGUAGE THERAPY

 Speech therapy (also known as speech pathology or speech-language pathology) focuses on receptive language (the child’s ability to understand words spoken to him/her) and expressive language (the child’s ability to use words to express him/herself). It also deals with the mechanics of producing words, such as articulation, pitch, fluency and volume. Learn more.

SOCIAL SKILLS GROUPS

 Social skills coaching for children from preschool through adolescence. Weekly 1-hour sessions, led by two therapists, teach important skills in a fun and engaging manner.

WIRED FOR READING (SM)

 This evidence-based linguistics program, developed by Laura Rogen, focuses on reading, spelling and vocabulary. Its multi-sensory, systematic approach has a strong record of success for struggling readers and its engaging exploration of the architecture of English benefits all learners.

The Pediatric Therapy Clinic is conveniently located in downtown North Bend, next to Bartell’s and behind Boxley’s.