Play-In is delighted to present Re-Play, a comprehensive Recreational Therapy program for children in collaboration with Rec Connection. This program integrates sensory integration techniques, methods and theories with Recreational Therapy to provide children with a program that both engages and motivates. Well-suited for children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, PDD or sensory integration dysfunction, Re-Play is also beneficial for children without special needs. It uses the playground as a tool for therapeutic interventions as well as core strengthening, coordination, gross and fine motor skills, movement and gravitational insecurities, and sensory difficulties.
Occupational Therapy supports an individual's ability to engage in everyday activities and acquire skills to promote function. OT considers the basic foundations of human development which affect activities of daily living, learning, play, work, social skills, and behavior using a variety of approaches. Deficits in sensory processing can pose a challenge in performance of these activities and Occupational Therapy addresses the sensory needs of children with and without disabilities.
The American Occupational Therapy Association offers some exceptional resources describing the benefits of Occupational Therapy for autism as well as Sensory Integration. We have made two of these fact sheets available to you here.
Play-In is delighted to now offer pediatric Speech-Language Therapy. Speech Therapy is a powerful tool in the treatment of children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, language delays and processing disorders, articulation and fluency disorders, as well as children with social and pragmatic delays. Our certified Speech-Language pathologists also have experience in Augmentative and Alternative Communication.
Now available at Play-In: Physical Therapy for children! Pediatric Physical Therapy is another effective treatment for a variety of childhood disorders. Our certified therapists are experienced in the diagnosis, treatment and management of skeletal, developmental, neuromuscular, acquired diseases and disorders. PT is often recommended for kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders and other developmental delays, as well as children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida and other physical challenges. Treatments focus on a range of modalities to improve both fine and gross motor skills, coordination, balance, endurance and strength in children. Cognitive and sensory processing and integration may also be complimented by PT.