We provide an important roll in helping children develop, improve, or regain life skills, gross and fine motor development, sensory processing, feeding, social interaction skills, and self regulation. Our therapy team works together to provide the best care your child can receive.
We provide skilled services to help with activities of daily living, stroke recovery, quality hand therapy, Parkinson, and much more.
We are a facility that offers Occupational, Physical and Speech therapy services in one place. We have equipment that makes therapy fun for the child. We have a staff that cares for each individual patient that walks through our door. A child's occupation is play, that is what makes our staff so great the child thinks they are playing, but in truth they are building life long skills that will help them be the best they can be.
The purpose of Occupational Therapy (OT) is to help increase functional independence in daily life while preventing or minimizing disability. OT looks at the body as a connected whole working to help children take information from their environment, process it and then appropriately respond to their surroundings. This is the proprioceptive (sense of body position in space) and vestibular (balance) that should work together to help function as a whole. Poor proprioceptive processing or low tone can lead to clumsiness, poor attention span, communication, body control, posture, writing and even poor some social interaction.
What OT can target:
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Speech therapy (ST) is a service that focuses on improving speech or helping restore speech after a stroke, illness, or injury and the ability to understand and express language, including nonverbal language. They also help with memorization, attention, and problem solving. They are also skilled to help with feeding and swallowing issues.
ST can address
Physical therapists (PTs) are movement experts who increase the quality of life through exercise, hands-on care, and patient education. They teach patients how to prevent or manage their condition to achieve long-term health benefits. They address gross motor function through exercise, stretching, Range of motion (ROM), AFO's, and orthotic referrals.
Betsy received her Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) from Texas Woman's University (TWU). She has 21 years experience in the field of occupational therapy. She has a passion for helping children and families be able to participate in everyday activities especially in sensory processing, motor and cognitive development, developmental
Betsy received her Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) from Texas Woman's University (TWU). She has 21 years experience in the field of occupational therapy. She has a passion for helping children and families be able to participate in everyday activities especially in sensory processing, motor and cognitive development, developmental delay, social and emotional behaviors and feeding. She has many years experience working with adults and geriatric patients with a wide range of diagnosis. Her goal is to provide the best care to help any patient to achieve their goals and have the best quality of life.
Alicia received her Masters of Occupational Therapy (MOT) from Texas Woman's University in 2018 and Bachelors of Science in Child Development in 2016. She has a passion for improving the quality of lives in children and families by improving their play, social, emotional, and life skills. She has worked with a variety of diagnoses in the pediatric and geriatric settings.
Please contact us directly with any questions, comments, or scheduling inquiries you may have.
Feel free to fax any documents to (903) 874-6387
3728 S HWY 287, Corsicana, TX 75109, US
Occupational Therapist : Full/Part/PRN
Speech Language Pathologist: Full/Part/PRN
Speech Language Assistant: Full/Part/PRN
Physical Therapist Assistant: Part/PRN
If interested in the above positions please contact:
Anna Stroder 903-874-6315 903-851-2220 email@example.com