School Age

School becomes the primary focus once children are attending full day, and provides opportunities for cognitive and academic growth, as well as social skill building with peers.  It can be challenging as expectations increase in both school and home, which can result in challenging behavior.  Treatment goals will be focused on the individual child, their skills, and ability to follow along with peers.

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Screen & Diagnosis

Reconcile medical and school eligibilities

School Services

School becoming the primary focus of a child’s life


Changes in commercial and medicaid policies once a child is ‘school age’


Supports for healthy, happy siblings


Balancing therapy and school and family life

Social Skills

Using peers and regulating social behaviors


Explore options and assistance


Independence and increased behavior


Keeping children safe while in school and separated from parents

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