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Pediatric occupational, physical, and speech therapies

help children develop skills necessary to grow to be functional, independent adults. Physical impairment, injuries, and other congenital issues may hinder your child’s ability to play safely or perform meaningful activities in everyday life. Our experienced therapists specialize in assisting children to achieve developmental milestones.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists assist children with sensory, physical, and cognitive challenges to be as independent as possible. We use a variety of treatment approaches including sensory integration, listening programs, and the astronaut program to improve functioning. The astronaut program uses movement and sound to help kids retrain their bodies for better balance, motion, and understanding of where their body is in space. What is considered an occupation? Playing, learning, and interacting with others are all part of a child’s “occupation.” Examples include constructing puzzles, using scissors, or playing catch.

Does My Child Need Occupational Therapy?

  • Difficulty adapting to new environments
  • Hyperactivity or low energy
  • Constantly moving, jumping, crashing, bumping
  • Not reaching developmental milestones
  • Picky eater
  • Sensitive to touching different textures
  • Overly focused on one subject (ex. Space, Dinosaurs, Trains)
  • Struggling with interacting with other children.

Physical Therapy

Physical Therapists focus on achieving the maximum potential of independent function through optimal participation in home, school, community, and play environments. Physical therapists help kids improve their range of motion, strength, flexibility, and movement patterns to the best of their abilities. We channel our inner child to enhance kids’ abilities to move independently and safely throughout their environments.

Does My Child Need Physical Therapy?

  • Seems clumsy or uncoordinated
  • Overly rough when playing
  • Difficulty imitating actions
  • Walks on toes, poor posture, sits in "W" position
  • Complains of pain with gross motor activities
  • Difficulty following verbal directions
  • Disruptive behaviors, impulsive, limited attention, resistant to new activities/changes in routine

Speech Therapy

Speech Therapists evaluate speech and language development and develop treatment procedures to maximize and enhance communication skills as well as to support feeding skills. Our therapists love to hear when a child says a first word, signs for the first time, or clearly expresses a word. Whether a child has difficulty saying certain speech sounds correct, has limited language to verbally express their wants and needs, has difficulty understanding language concepts, has stuttered speech, has difficulty using appropriate communication in a social setting (poor eye contact, perseverating on a specific topic or difficulty understanding other nonverbal communication skills like appropriate personal space) or difficulty feeding, our Speech Therapists have expertise in evaluating and treating these communication-related issues children sometimes face.

Does My Child Need Speech Therapy?

  • Decreased eye contact during interactions
  • Doesn't imitate sounds or simple words by 12 months
  • Continues to use more gestures than words at 18 months
  • Speaks fewer than 100 words by 24 months
  • Difficulty understanding your child's speech at 24 months
  • Difficulty engaging with peers in pretend play at 3-4 years
  • Excessive drooling, as well as problems sucking, chewing, or swallowing


  • Our son came from 3.5 years in foster care.

    He has Cerebral Palsy and had lost basically everything but he’s 9 years old and doing amazing because of this crew!! I can’t toot their horn enough. When we need something, they direct us and help us meet all his needs - amazing group. We are so blessed and he has come way farther than we thought he would in 8 months … love y’all and so appreciate all you do.

  • Soaring Therapy has helped my son in AMAZING ways!

    My son is starting to talk and interact with others in a friendly manner. He has come so far and it's all thanks to them!

  • Soaring Therapy has not only helped to strengthen my son’s abilities,

    but also to strengthen his confidence. My child looks forward to his therapy appointments each week and is always excited to show off his new skills at home! Everyone is so friendly and caring about my child, it really does feel like an extended family.

  • Since my daughter started speech therapy, she is happy.

    She feels comfortable while working with Haley. I would recommend Soaring Therapy to anyone. The staff is like family.

  • My son has been with Soaring since late 2020.

    He had been out of therapy for almost a year by then. He had regressed from first starting therapy back home. In no time at all his group of therapist at Soaring had him back up to progress. He has come so far. He has all three therapies Speech, Physical Therapy, and Occupational Therapy. He is speaking fluidly, can cut and write his name well, and is gaining strength by the day. The therapist at Soaring are second to none. They are amazing. Not only are they knowledgeable but you will not find a more caring and loving group in all of America. They love what they do and it shows. I don't know where we would be right now with out them.

    Jenny Henson