The Best Environment
Our sensory environment provides your child a safe place to learn and grow. We provide adequate affordances – lots of toys, space, and equipment – partnered with a variety of activities from which to choose. Equally important, we have created an environment that is emotionally safe and where demands and expectations are understood. Your child will want to participate because the activities are fun.
Our therapists partner in play schemes and collaborate with your child to promote our relationship and trust with them.
We use a play-based approach to create fun activities that motivate and engage your child to help them reach developmental milestones. Sessions are child-guided, focused on developing movement patterns and strengths, and customized to your child’s needs.
For infants, we employ tummy-time to improve their core strength to lift their head and crawl. Toddlers are introduced to climbing, swinging, and maneuvering over uneven ground so they have to negotiate a variety of surfaces.
In addition, we use a family-oriented approach to therapy. Parents are a part of therapy, taking part in play-based activities with their child, directly interacting and learning what skill set their child needs to reach and how to address these needs at home.
Individual Education Plan (IEP) meetings can be intimidating. Langston Pediatric Therapy will act as an advocate on behalf of your child, attending IEP meetings and collaborating with the IEP team to ensure your child’s needs are met. We will work directly with you to review the IEP plan and goals, and coordinate with the IEP team to implement changes.
Langston Pediatric Therapy fosters hope and opportunity for children throughout our community by providing benefits, programs, and services for local residents. We offer events, classes, seminars, and more to provide parents, professionals, and individuals the opportunity to learn about valuable resources, share ideas, and find the support they need. Together, we can teach and inspire each other to make a difference in the lives of the children in our community.