Therapy Resource Center
Therapy Resource Center's team of professionals provide full-service, therapy solutions to children at home or in-school.
Full-service, in-school therapy solutions for children ages 12 to 21
Speech and language therapies work hand-in-hand to facilitate communication. Your child must first understand the nuances of language including both verbal and non-verbal cues and then be able to produce the necessary sounds to speak.
Indicators that your child may require speech/language therapy:
• Difficulty learning how to speak
• Pronunciations that are difficult to understand
• Difficulty chewing and swallowing
• Hesitation to communicate with peers
• Trouble listening in noisy environments
• Difficulty following directions and staying on topic
Your child’s ‘occupation’ centers on self-care, play and school. TRC’s therapists foster development, so that your child can reach full potential and self-sufficiency.
Indicators that your child may require occupational therapy:
• Difficulty getting dressed
• Trouble playing with new toys or learning to play games
• Clumsiness: frequently bumping into objects or tripping
• Difficulty learning to use tools and implements
Our therapists enhance your child’s posture, balance and coordination, and strengthen muscles needed for everyday activities.
• Indicators that your child may require physical therapy:
• Inability or difficulty learning to sit or stand
• Trouble negotiating steps
• Poor hand/eye coordination (i.e. trouble catching or throwing)
• Frequent trips and falls
The Listening Program® (TLP) is a gentle and effective method of listening training using music-based sound stimulation, designed to enhance and develop listening skills and auditory processing.
Classical music and nature sounds are combined to create psychoacoustically refined soundtracks. TLP helps to train your child’s ear and brain to perceive a full spectrum of sound without distortion. This innovative therapy exercises the middle ear muscles and provides valuable training and stimulation through the inner ear, auditory pathways and onto the brain. The goal is to develop a flexible and balanced auditory system.
Indicators that your child may require listening therapy:
• Can’t concentrate
• Says “huh” a lot
• Frequent ear infections
Supplemental and Behavioral Evaluations
In-depth, professional assessments by therapists who are on leading edge of methodologies and practices are the key to developing comprehensive recommendations and courses of action for each child. You can rely on the TRC therapists to thoroughly complete this critical part of the process
We understand the uniqueness of every child and family. The TRC therapists will develop instruction that’s tailored to each child’s needs. We constantly work as a collaborative team offering a full range of services.
The P.L.A.Y. Project
The P.L.A.Y. Project is a proven therapy program for children with autism. PLAY Project therapists train parents to help children connect, communicate and build relationships with others. Learn more about the program at The P.L.A.Y. Project Helps Autistic Children www.playproject.org.
Created by Richard Solomon, MD in 2001, and based on the DIR® (Developmental, Individualized, Relationship-based) theory of Stanley Greenspan, MD, the program emphasizes the importance of helping parents become their child’s best P.L.A.Y. partner.
Improving Your LifeTM
Full-service, in-school therapy solutions for ages 3 to 11
Public and Private School
Full-service, in-school therapy solutions for children ages 3 to 21
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