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Clinical Departments

The following departments at Little Meadows have Coordinators who may be contacted during school hours.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy provides therapeutic activities to improve balance, strength, coordination and age appropriate gross motor skills. These activities encourage improved quality of movement, safety awareness and peer interaction.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists focus on improving sensory integration and address developmental skills that will assist in the acquisition of pre-academics, fine motor and self-help skills such as dressing and eating with a fork and spoon.

Speech Pathologists provide a planned program to develop and/or improve communication delays and disorders ranging from difficulties with sound production to the inability to understand or use language.

Creative Arts/Dance Movement

Creative Arts specialists are part of the clinical team. They help a wide variety of children who may have difficulty expressing themselves verbally by encouraging expression though music, dance and art.

Psychology Department

The Psychology Department provides services for children including psychological testing, play therapy and parent support groups. The psychologists also help support both the educational staff and parents regarding behavioral issues and the individual needs of children and families.

Social Work Department

The social workers create a vital link for families, connecting them with program services and community resources. In addition, they are part of the clinical team delivering support to educational staff as well as families. Family support groups are facilitated by social workers on a monthly basis.

Clinical Departments

photo (2)The following departments at Little Meadows have Coordinators who may be contacted during school hours.

Physical Therapy

Physical therapy provides therapeutic activities to improve balance, strength, coordination and age appropriate gross motor skills. These activities encourage improved quality of movement, safety awareness and peer interaction.

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists focus on improving sensory integration and address developmental skills that will assist in the acquisition of pre-academics, fine motor and self-help skills such as dressing and eating with a fork and spoon.

FullSizeRenderSpeech/Language Therapy

Speech Pathologists provide a planned program to develop and/or improve communication delays and disorders ranging from difficulties with sound production to the inability to understand or use language.

Creative Arts/Dance Movement

Creative Arts specialists are part of the clinical team. They help a wide variety of children who may have difficulty expressing themselves verbally by encouraging expression though music, dance and art.

Psychology Department

The Psychology Department provides services for children including psychological testing, play therapy and parent support groups. The psychologists also help support both the educational staff and parents regarding behavioral issues and the individual needs of children and families.

Social Work Department

The social workers create a vital link for families, connecting them with program services and community resources. In addition, they are part of the clinical team delivering support to educational staff as well as families. Family support groups are facilitated by social workers on a monthly basis.

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