Early Intervention

Early interventionists work closely with the local Early Steps program that offers services to eligible infants and toddlers (birth to thirty-six months) with significant delays or a condition likely to result in a developmental delay. (EI) is provided to support families and caregivers in developing the competence and confidence to help their child learn and develop. This is done through a parent coaching model and consultations with providers on a child's team. There is no charge for this program.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy in children targets activities in a child's daily routine, such as play, education, social interactions, and activities of daily living including feeding, bathing, dressing, and completing functional daily routines. Fine motor skills and visual processing skills are also areas that are addressed in order to improve a child's organizational skills and executive functioning. Our OTs support children from birth to adulthood in reaching their fullest potential.

Speech and Language Therapy

Speech-language pathologists address aspects of language that allow for effective communication. This may include articulation (speech sound) errors, expressive language, language comprehension, literacy, written language, cognitive, voice, fluency (stuttering), and social communication. In addition, our SLPs offer feeding and swallowing therapy. Our SLPs support children of all ages in a wide range of skills.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy addresses gross motor skills, including strength, balance, endurance, coordination, and motor planning that allow a child to navigate their daily routines in the home, community, and at school. Our PTs also help address any musculoskeletal conditions including torticollis in infants, plagiocephaly, scoliosis, back pain, and leg/foot pain. They also assist with bracing, orthotics, equipment, and wheelchair needs.

Feeding Therapy

Feeding therapy, delivered by either a pediatric occupational or speech therapist, involves building skills and teaching techniques to help your child develop normal feeding behaviors. Feeding therapy is helpful for infants who have trouble latching onto the breast or a bottle nipple, or who have difficulty coordinating swallowing and breathing. Older children who refuse to try new foods or who exclude foods from their diet may also benefit from feeding therapy.

Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory experiences include touch, movement, body awareness, sight, sound, smell, taste, and the pull of gravity. Sensory integration is the process of the brain organizing and interpreting this information and provides a crucial foundation for complex learning and behavior. For some children, sensory integration therapy will help a child become more efficient in their daily functioning, and can improve their learning, development, and behavior.

TeleHealth Services

Therakids Plus, Inc. has expanded our virtual services to include telehealth. Due to COVID-19, this has been the most effective manner of safe therapy service delivery. While our clinic is open, we continue to offer virtual therapy to those that need to socially distance or do not have access to the clinic. We are using the Zoom Business platform to see patients and their families from the comfort of their own homes via the internet.



A free developmental screening is often the first step in starting patient support services. Some families or teachers may have specific concerns regarding a child’s development. Others may have “undetected” needs. Screenings can help better identify areas of strength and those that may benefit from support. Screenings are typically 30 minutes.


A therapy evaluation will be conducted by a highly qualified, licensed, and credentialed therapist to begin the process of diagnosing and determining the most beneficial plan of care for your child. Evaluations typically last 60 minutes.

If your child has already been evaluated and you're wanting to transfer clinics, contact us directly. 


Consultations & Support Services (IEP & 504)

TherakidsPlus will provide discipline specific consultations with other providers who are working with your child such as ABA Therapists, educators, daycare & preschool settings, and home-based caregivers.

TherakidsPlus can provide support during IEP/504 development and/or attend IEP/504 meetings at the school site.


We can also file Out of Network benefits for most PPO and Choice Plus plans