Why Choose CAPTA Pediatrics?
Our pediatric professionals are dedicated to making your child’s therapy sessions relatable to them. We incorporate toys, games and play in “kid-friendly” environment and encourage using your child’s favorite possessions to make it fun and motivating.
Our team approach allows our pediatric specialists to work closely together to give the child the most effective and efficient treatment possible. We believe that communication, cooperation and teamwork are staples in helping your child reach their goals.
We believe that the child’s full potential is maximized by ensuring the family is involved in his/her rehab. We dedicate time to educating parents & caregivers about treatment strategies, activities and exercises used during their child’s sessions. When possible/appropriate, we invite family to observe sessions in order to assist them in seeing improvement and progress their child is making.
Pediatric care is not a “one-size fits all” process. Just as no two children are exactly the same, no two treatments should ever be the same. Each of our pediatric professionals are able to recognize and appreciate your child’s individual potential and tailor treatment sessions to ensure a personalized and goal-oriented program.
Free Developmental Screenings
Do you or other family members have concerns about your child’s play skills, development, speech, ability to move, attention or listening? Did you know that most developmental problems can be successfully treated if they are identified early? The earlier we can work with your child’s development, the better success we have in helping them. Our pediatric specialists offer free consultations and screenings to determine if your child may be a candidate for services. Our screenings are comprehensive, age-specific and cover all the basic and new skills children typically develop during their first years, such as:
- Physical (sitting, rolling, crawling, walking)
- Communication (talking, listening, understanding)
- Self-Help (dressing, eating, bathing)
- Cognitive (learning, problem solving, following directions)
- Social/Emotional (difficulty maintaining eye contact, playing with peers)
You can also visit our “Should I be Worried/Red Flags” blog for a comprehensive guideline for typical growth and developmental milestones.