Could Therapy Help My Child?

If you are concerned with your child’s development please complete our developmental checklist to see if your child could benefit from occupational, physical or speech therapy. Please keep in mind that every child develops at a different pace and it is always best to receive an evaluation by a professional.

Occupational Therapy

My child has difficulty completing personal hygiene tasks. Such as brushing her teeth/hair or showering independently.My child complains of headaches.My child has difficulty understanding written instructions or homework assignments.My child is unable to pay attention to things as well as his/her friends.My child is easily distracted.My child has trouble making friends.My child has difficulty conversing with others or making/keeping eye contact.My child complains about hand pain when writing or my child’s writing is illegible.My child falls frequently or seems “clumsy”.My child has difficulty using his/her fingers to complete tasks such as buttoning or playing games.My child appears to get overwhelmed in crowds or around loud noises.

If you checked any of the boxes above your child may benefit from Occupational Therapy. Please contact us to learn how MedCare can help!

Physical Therapy

My child walks on his/her toes.My child has trouble turning his/her head to one side.My child is developing a flat spot on his/her head.My child has difficulty walking.My child’s muscles feel too tight or too floppy.My child falls frequently or seems “clumsy”.My child is not able to do things other kids his/her age can do.My child had an injury that has affected his/her development.My child has difficulty moving throughout his/her environment.My child gets tired quickly during physical play.

If you checked any of the boxes above your child may benefit from Physical Therapy. Please contact us to learn how MedCare can help!

Speech Therapy

My baby does not make babbling soundsMy child does not turn and look when others are talking to him/herMy child has difficulty following directionsMy child does not point to pictures in a bookMy child is not understood by others when he/she talksMy child has difficulty answering questionsMy child has difficulty understanding what is said to him/herMy child has difficulty telling stories or something that has happenedMy child has difficulty speaking in complete sentencesMy child is a picky eater

If you checked any of the boxes above your child may benefit from Speech Therapy. Please contact us to learn how MedCare can help!