A Team Approach to Pediatric Therapy.

At Children With Opportunity, our staff is cross-trained to provide a cohesive, integrated, service delivery model for infants to school-age kids.

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Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA) is a therapeutic approach that focuses on understanding and changing behavior patterns. It involves breaking down complex behaviors into smaller, components to facilitate learning and skill development. ABA utilizes evidence-based practices to teach new skills, reduce challenging behaviors, and improve social interactions. Through systematic assessment and intervention strategies, ABA aims to promote positive behavior change and enhance overall quality of life for Autistic individuals.

Behavior Reduction
New Learning
School Readiness
Attention to Task


Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on helping children develop the skills necessary for daily activities, including self-care, play, and school tasks. Occupational therapists work with children to improve fine motor skills, sensory processing abilities, and social-emotional development, tailored to each child's unique needs and challenges. Through a variety of play-based interventions and activities, OT helps children achieve independence, confidence, and success in their daily lives.

Self Help Skills
Fine & Visual Motor Skills
Feeding and Food Tolerance
Sensory Processing


Speech Language Therapy involves specialized interventions aimed at promoting communication and addressing feeding/swallowing disorders in children. Therapists assess and treat various speech and language challenges, such as difficulty with articulation, language delays, stuttering, and feeding/swallowing issues. Therapy sessions are designed for the individual needs of each child, utilizing play-based activities, exercises, and technology to promote speech and language development, improve communication skills, and enhance overall quality of life.

Expressive Language
Receptive Language
Augmentative Communication
Social and Emotional Skills


Physical Therapy aims to improve movement, strength, and function to help them participate fully in daily activities. Physical therapists work with children with various conditions such as developmental delays, neurological disorders, and musculoskeletal injuries to enhance mobility and motor skills. Through tailored exercises, activities, and interventions, PT promotes optimal physical development and improves overall quality of life for the child.

Play - Based Learning
Basic Skill Development
Integrate Skills in Social Context
Scaled Activities for Inclusivity

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