SERVICES

Speech · Feeding · Occupational · Physical

The Caring Group is a private practice specializing in a variety of therapy services for infants, toddlers, children, pre-teens, and young teenagers. We have 20+ years of experience for all stages of a child’s development.  No matter your child’s diagnosis or reason for referral they will receive our individualized care and compassion as we work with them to meet their goals .

we offer…

speech, feeding, occupational and physical therapy services! We use a team-based model where we share our knowledge and collaborate with other clinicians, therapists and professionals. We work closely with family members, as they are an integral part of our team.

we assess… 

through the use of comprehensive speech-language, occupational, physical therapy evaluations. We use both standardized and informal assessments to identify specific strengths and weaknesses.

we treat…

our patients with regularly scheduled therapeutic sessions. Treatments are play-based to stimulate active learning through naturalistic activities.

we support families…

by providing specific strategies and resources to enhance their child's communication and life skills. We work toward empowering families to advocate for their child.

we collaborate…

with school teachers, therapists, physicians, and other professionals to act in the best interests of each child and their family.

we support children with…

  • Autism

  • Attention Difficulties

  • Augmentative/ Alternative Communication

  • Behavioral Health Issues

  • Cochlear Implants

  • Developmental Delays

  • Down Syndrome

  • Oral Motor Disorders

  • Phonological/Articulation Disorders

  • Postural Control/Balance

  • Self-care Skills (feeding, toileting, dressing)

  • Social/Pragmatic Language Disorders

  • Tongue Thrust

  • Visual-Perceptual and Visual-Motor Deficits 

  • Feeding and Swallowing Disorders

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Fluency Disorders/Stuttering

  • Handwriting and Scissor Skills

  • Language-Based Learning Disabilities 

  • Language Disorders

  • Neurological Disorders

we assess…

the difference between a “picky eater” and a problem feeder in children. If your child is a picky eater or a problem feeder, they will likely require support to learn how to eat a more varied diet. If you’re concerned about a potentially “picky eater," read these common questions and learn whether SOS Approach to Feeding offered by one of our trained therapists can help your child.