Services

Our Services & Specialties

Our Approach

We provide an individualized approach to our services for all patients.

Free Screenings

Screenings are FREE! Screenings are offered in your child’s preschool or in one of our offices. A screening takes about 10-15 minutes per discipline, and is a broad snapshot of your child’s overall current abilities. Most screening criteria is derived from standardized assessments. If your child does not meet criteria on a screening, Tri-County Therapy will recommend a more in-depth evaluation or further observation.

Evaluations

Evaluations are provided in one of our clinics or in your child’s preschool. Evaluations are billable through your child’s health insurance plan. Evaluations are much more in-depth, and provide standardized scores to achieve your child’s age-equivalent, presence or severity of a delay, and ranking when compared to all other children his/her age. If scores are below average, your child may benefit from therapy.

Therapy

Therapy services are provided on a weekly basis. Frequency and duration of therapy is dependent on your child’s needs, as well as insurance coverage. Tri-County Therapy provides our highest quality and consistent care so therapy can be successful. Therapy is a commitment by both Tri-County Therapy and the family, and bringing your child in for regularly scheduled appointments will allow for therapy to be the most successful.

Our Services

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Occupational Therapy

Sensory and Motor Skills Development

Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children develop the basic sensory awareness and motor skills needed for motor development, learning, and activities of daily living. An pediatric occupational therapist can work with your child on the following areas: body awareness (proprioceptive sense), coordination of movements between the two sides of the body (“crossing the midline”), fine motor control and organization, motor planning, ocular motor skills, visual perceptual skills, self-regulation, and sensory modulation (reaction to stimulus).

Speech Language Pathology

Speech and Language Development

Speech-Language Pathology is a field of expertise practiced by a clinician known as a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP). Speechlanguage pathologists (SLPs), also called speech and language therapists or speech therapists, work to prevent, assess, diagnose, and treat speechlanguage, social communication, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders in children and adults.

Feeding Therapy

Feeding and Swallowing Skill Development

Feeding Therapy is provided by a speech language pathologist or occupational therapist, or sometimes both. Tri-County Therapy brings together an interdisciplinary team of specialists to offer a comprehensive approach to treating feeding and swallowing problems.

Physical Therapy

Genetic, Neurological & Orthopedic Development

Pediatric Physical Therapy is provided by a physical therapist that specializes in treating and caring for patients who are toddlers, babies, children, teenagers and young adults. They treat conditions related to genetic, neurological, and orthopedic disorders.

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic Physical and Occupational Therapy

Aquatic Therapy is physical or occupational therapy that takes place in a pool. Therapy in the pool allows our therapists to perform low impact exercises to regain strength and flexibility.