Therapists work to develop fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration, and communication in this highly professional program. The goal is for each individual to reach their optimal level of independence in their daily activities.
Our therapy staff uses a trans-disciplinary approach to address each person’s individual needs. We provide occupational, physical, and speech therapies to children and adults in a variety of settings. Our therapists work as a team to develop and implement treatment plans designed so each individual is able to meet their optimal level of independence in their daily activities. Through this process, staff members work closely together and involve family members.
The primary goal of the occupational therapy department is to restore function through therapeutic activities or adaptations for individuals with disabilities so they may be able to perform daily living tasks.
The occupational team has a wealth of knowledge and experience in a variety of areas including evaluation and treatment of sensory integration, splinting, feeding issues, fine and visual motor development and visual perceptual skills.
The goal of the physical therapy department at is to maximize an individual’s functional independence through promoting normal motor development and minimizing secondary impairments.
We assist those we serve to reach their highest functional potential through hands-on treatment in a traditional clinical environment as well as specialty programs within the community.
The Speech /Language Patholigists provide diagnostic and therapeutic services to children with a variety of disabilities and delays. Children receive services in the areas of oral-motor feeding, receptive language, expressive language, language processing and augmentative/alternative communication.
We believe in a family centered approach to addressing an individual’s needs. Parents are invited and encouraged to participate in their child’s therapy session either directly or through home programs.
For more information about UCP Therapy, please contact us by email at (602) 943-5472.