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Welcome to Children's Therapy Concepts

Children’s Therapy Concepts boasts a team of dedicated, enthusiastic, professional therapists and staff who have extensive knowledge and experience in the areas of Physical, Occupational and Speech Therapy, in addition to childhood behavior and development as a whole.

We seek to promote carryover in all areas of development, as we assess each child’s needs as a comprehensive team. Providing caregiver education is also an integral part of the CTC program.

We believe in the importance of implementing functional, therapeutic activities and exercises beyond the therapy session, with the partnership of caregivers in the child’s home and community settings.

As a privately run, local business, CTC is proud to have two local offices with welcoming, fun, family-friendly atmospheres.

Comprehensive Services

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy helps children better develop fine motor skills,
hand-eye coordination, sensory integration, and feeding at all ages and ability levels.

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Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy helps children with movement, posture, strength, and body positioning. We offer evaluations and treatment for babies and kids up to 18 years old.

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Speech Therapy

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy helps children of all ages improve their ability to communicate. It can also help children who have difficulties eating, drinking, and swallowing.

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What Makes CTC Different?

The CTC Blog

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Using Playground Time to Help Your Child's Development

Even with lockdown restrictions in place in many places playgrounds

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Teaching Children to Tie Their Shoelaces

Tying their own shoes is one of those developmental milestones

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Kids and Mealtimes: Problem Feeders Vs. Picky Eaters

In the world of children's therapy we make a distinction