Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy
Children's Therapy of Woodinville provides family-oriented care in a convenient location for children with special needs. Our clinic is focused on serving children from birth to ten years of age. We can provide assessment and consultation for the older child on an individual basis. Our goal is to help each child with a motor or developmental impairment reach his or her maximum potential. This includes working with the family to develop an appropriate treatment plan, referral to community resources, and coordination of services with other agencies.
We provide a multi-service program of occupational, physical and speech therapy. We treat children with a variety of diagnoses including autism; sensory processing disorder; cerebral palsy, brachial plexus injury, traumatic brain injury; developmental delays due to prematurity; torticollis; Down Syndrome or other syndromes; muscular diseases; muscular incoordination; gait abnormalities; expressive and receptive language delays; fluency disorders; visual impairments; and, feeding problems.
Staff: We offer consistent, high-quality care from a staff of professionals who have extensive pediatric therapy experience.
- Pediatric Occupational Therapists work to improve a child's physical development, social/emotional development, cognition, and sensory processing skills to assist the child to maximize their functional potential in all areas of daily living.
Our occupational therapists have certification and extensive training in sensory motor based treatment techniques; Integrated Listening System (iLs), Social Thinking and Social Stories; Sensory Integration Praxis Test (SIPT); Handwriting Without Tears; Beckman Massage for oral motor deficits and feeding issues, and more.
- Pediatric Physical Therapists work to improve a child's gross motor skills (everyday activity that uses the body's large muscle groups) which allow the child to reach their full functional potential and highest level of independence.
Our physical therapists have training in NDT based treatment techniques; use of therapeutic electrical stimulation; kinesiotaping; treatment using the Lite Gait Trainer/ treadmill; lower extremity orthotic and splinting assessment; infant feeding assessment and treatment.
- Pediatric Speech/Language Pathologists work with children to improve feeding, verbal communication, articulation, and other communication skills which are needed for a child to participate in everyday activities.
Our speech therapists have certification and extensive training in PROMPT techniques; SCERTS training, Beckman Massage for oral motor deficits and feeding issues.
Payment: We are providers for many insurance companies including Premera Blue Cross, Regence Blue Shield, Aetna, First Choice Network, and Uniform Medical. We are knowledgeable about many programs in the community that have various funding sources for families who need extra financial help.