OUR SERVICES

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Enhancing a child’s participation in activities of daily living, supporting family routines, cultivating social engagement, and facilitating play.

PHYSICAL THERAPY

Supporting the child’s motor development to engage in meaningful activities with their family and their environment.

SPEECH THERAPY

Developing communication, language, speech, and emergent literacy skills to support engagement in the child’s natural environment.

EARLY INTERVENTION SPECIALISTS

Facilitating play, communication, behavioral and emotional regulation, and cognitive skills appropriate to developmental trajectory and to promote growth and learning.

THERAPY CENTER

Our state of the art clinic is equipped to meet all developmental needs.

HOME OR NATURAL ENVIRONMENT

We work with the family in their natural environment whether that is home, daycare, or the community park. We provide emotional support services, which promote growth and learning, to families in a comfortable and safe environment.

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TRI-COUNTIES REGIONAL CENTER

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PRIVATE

We provide services for out of network or private clients. Please contact us for more information.

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INSURANCE IN-NETWORK

We are in the process of becoming in-network providers for all major insurance carriers. Contact us to determine if we are in-network for your insurance.

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OTHER

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TV and Child Development

The American Academy for Pediatrics recommends no screen time for children under the age of 2. How does TV affect the development of the children we serve? 0-3 years old are learning language – language is learned from face to face interactions with another person (watching their mouth, expressions…) not from a cartoon (that does ...

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What is the Social Development for the First Year?

1 month – Stops crying when picked up. 5-6 weeks – First smile response. Starts making sounds to express pleasure or discomfort. 2 months – Smiles, kicks, and swings arms at the sight of parents. Responds with sounds when talked to. 3 months – Will look up at parent when being fed. Shows excitement when ...

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Establishing Toileting Routines for Children Tip Sheet

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Positive Parenting

“Terrible twos”; as children grow up they become more opinionated, and explorative – what children are doing is learning about their world. Every experience develops the child’s skills, knowledge, and ultimately their brain. As parents we want to encourage healthy exploration and learning while keeping our children safe. Positive parenting approach encourages parents to support ...

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What to Play with your Child

Remember that young children require lots of physical activity. They learn best through doing; allow them to physically explore and experiment. Hand clapping games – sing a song (any song with a steady beat) while alternating between clapping once and doing a “double high five” with your child.   Put a ball on a small ...

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Getting Children to Wear their Glasses

The Center for the Partially Sighted: Pediatric Services Tarzana, California “Getting and Keeping Glasses on Young Children” Good Fit: To ensure success in getting your child to wear glasses it is important that you purchase the glasses from someone who is experienced in fitting a young child. Make sure that the nose and earpieces are ...

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