Offering Pediatric Therapy in Fort Worth Tx to help your child find their voice

We strive to deliver Pediatric Therapy in Fort Worth Tx to support children and families to grow and improve in their day-to-day-lives through the use of speech, feeding, occupational and myofunctional therapy.

Goodwin Therapy Locations

Our Locations

Little Red Wagon Pediatric Therapy provides Pediatric Therapy in Fort Worth Tx to best cater to you and your family’s needs.

new patients

New Patients

We are currently accepting new patients at each of our locations. To learn more and request an appointment, call us today at 817-764-3825.

our services

Our Therapy Services

We offer pediatric speech, occupational, feeding and myofunctional therapy services. We also support adults on a case-by-case basis.

Little Red Wagon Pediatric Therapy

Little Red Wagon Pediatric Therapy was established in 2016 and has since served with Pediatric Therapy in Fort Worth Tx to more than 200 families. 

We believe that family involvement is key to a child’s success. Our therapists strive to work as a team with our families to ensure success at home and in the community.

Give us a call today at 817-764-3825 to learn more about our philosophy for care and how we can help your family.

Our Therapy Services

We currently offer Pediatric Therapy in Fort Worth Tx. Are you not sure if your needs fall into one of these categories? To learn more, call us at 817-764-3825.

Speech therapy for kids

Speech Therapy

Helps children better communicate by overcoming stuttering, speech difficulties (ie. letter sounds), their ability to express and understand language and the social rules of language.

pediatric occupational therapy at Goodwin Therapy Specialists

Occupational Therapy

Develops the skills needed to grow into functional and independent adults. Children will work on fine motor skills, sensory and attention issues to improve focus and social skills.

feeding therapy

Feeding Therapy

Helps infants or children who struggle with sucking, chewing, feeding or swallowing, due to sensory aversions or developmental delays. This helps create healthy & happy mealtimes.

Myofunctional Therapy patient sucking their thumb

Myofunctional Therapy

Helps to correct issues stemming from abnormal lip, jaw or tongue position during rest, eating or speaking. These issues may also result from continued thumb or finger sucking.

If you are searching for answers to these types of questions or have concerns about your child, adolescent, or family, we can help​.