At Rhythm N’ Beets, we treat the pediatric population (Ages 2-21) with a variety of needs. Speech therapy includes treating articulation, phonological, and apraxia disorders. Communication therapy includes treating expressive and receptive disorders common in children with autism, cognitive delay, down syndrome, etc. Feeding therapy (how well we suck, chew, and swallow) includes treating picky eaters and patients with feed aversions. A swallowing disorder may lead to poor nutrition, weight loss, and other health problems, if not treated early and appropriately. Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) therapy includes working with non-verbal or highly unintelligible individuals who use low or high tech devices. Rhythm N’ Beets offers initial evaluations as well as individual and group therapy. For young children, therapy sessions are conducted through play, music, and other engaging activities. Older children who are able to sustain attention for an extended period of time will be presented with strategies they can use outside of therapy in order to succeed in school and in the community. Why not make learning fun!
Pediatric physical therapy is the assessment and treatment of children with a wide range of injuries or congenital conditions. Therapy is provided by a certified professional known as a Doctor of Physical Therapy (DPT) or a Physical Therapy Assistant (PTA). At Rhythm N’ Beets, we treat the pediatric population (Ages 1-22) with a variety of needs. Physical therapists work with families to improve the child’s independence to actively participate in home, school, and community environments. Children who may benefit from a physical therapist include those who have various injuries, delays in development, genetic disorders, muscle weakness or imbalances, poor coordination or motor planning, or nerve and muscles conditions.
Pediatric occupational therapy is the assessment and treatment of children with a wide range of physical, sensory, or cognitive conditions. Therapy is provided by a certified professional known as an occupational therapist (OT) or an Occupational Therapy Assistant (OTA). At Rhythm N’ Beets, we treat the pediatric population (Ages 1-18) with a variety of needs. Occupational therapists work with families to improve the child’s independence to actively participate in home, school, and community environments. Children who may benefit from occupational therapy are those with birth injuries, traumatic brain injuries, sports and non sports related injuries, sensory processing disorders, developmental delays, and congenital and genetic conditions.