Peer groups and camps can address a variety of goals, ranging from social skills to motor skills.
Peer groups are formed on a case-by-case basis depending on the needs of individual clients. These groups are tailored to target specific developmental and social goals. Goal areas may include social, regulation, language, play, and motor needs.
We are focused on collaborative treatment and achieving goals.
Groups can be staffed by multiple therapists from various disciplines including: occupational therapists, speech therapist, social workers, physical therapist, and developmental therapists. We are happy to collaborate with outside providers to ensure optimal progress.
With our individualized peer groups and camps, we often have the opportunity to address multiple goal areas simultaneously. Examples include: building gross motor and social skills, sensory and social skills, as well as fine motor and social skills.
Therapy Groups, Camps & Intensives
Fine Motor/Handwriting intensive - theme based group geared towards developing fine motor and handwriting skills
Messy Play intensive - a variety of messy play experiences encouraging sensory exploration and peer interaction
Lose the Training Wheels - bike riding group geared towards getting children riding by the end of the group
#Girlstrong - a girl’s motor and social group emphasizing moving, motivating, and empowering each other
B.O.A. on Broadway - a performing arts camp (singing, dancing, set/costume design) run by classically trained therapists
Sports Camp - sports training in a supportive environment, typically staffed by Physical and Occupational Therapists
Chef Adventures - cook tasty treats while addressing social, executive function, sensory and language development
SOS Feeding Groups - feeding groups using the SOS approach to feeding to support picky eaters
Sibling Groups - supporting siblings of children with special needs with their own time to play, explore, and interact
Other clinical service, methods, and programs we often use in conjunction with peer groups.