Focuses on infant/toddler development and ways to promote development. This includes designing learning environments and activities to promote development across all domains: cognitive; physical; communication; social/emotional; and adaptive.
Focuses on receptive (understanding what is said) and expressive (being able to speak so that others can understand) communication. It may include the use of sign language, augmentative communication devices or other assistive technology. SLP may also be involved with the child's feeding program.
Focuses on gross motor skills and the ability to move and effectively use his/her arms, legs, trunk and head. They examine, diagnose, and then prevent or treat conditions that limit the child's ability to move and function in daily life.
Develops adaptive and self-help skills with focus on developing skills related to sensory-motor integration, coordination of movement, fine motor skills, self-help skills (including feeding), and may include adaptive devices or equipment to help the child in these activities.
Services provided by a Registered Dietitians who focus on specific nutritional needs, including assessment and development of a nutrition plan that is individualized and referral to appropriate community resources.