Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first.
Matthew L. Jacobson
Risk-taking Inspiration Self-esteem Empowerment
We enjoy working with children and adolescents of all ages facing disability, developmental delay, or injury, to reach their full potential. We have a client and family-centered approach to therapy, which includes evidence-based intervention techniques to address feeding and eating challenges, sensory processing and modulation, motor skills, handwriting, and self-care. Intervention occurs primarily through movement, play and meaningful social interactions.
To work with infants, children, and adolescents to reach their full potential.
Since our daughter was a preemie, Noelle has been instrumental in helping her reach milestones from crawling to walking and overcoming sensory challenges. We have learned so much new information about brain development and been given many tools to help her succeed that she is quickly catching up on any developmental delays. Amy has provided sensory activities and ideas, which as a busy mom of three has saved me so much time and energy. Knowing our family dynamics, Noelle has also been able to help our nine-year-old son with emotional regulation and developing important life skills to help him better negotiate friendships in school and build stronger sibling relationships. Noelle and Amy are thoughtful, caring and wonderful listeners, making them such an instrumental part in helping our kids gain confidence and express themselves.