TeleTherapy | Pediatric TeleTherapy Specialists | Fort Worth TX
At Little Red Wagon Pediatric Therapy, we offer Pediatric TeleTherapy Services for Speech, Feeding and Occupational Therapies.
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We are proud to have served more than 600 Dallas-Fort Worth area families.
Our Pediatric TeleTherapy approach focuses on a parent coaching model that includes daily routines-based activities, interactive intervention in the natural environment, and optimizing goals beyond the clinic’s controlled environment.
Benefits include: Meeting with your therapist from home, continuity of your child’s care, and most importantly, fun for the entire family!
At Little Red Wagon Pediatric Therapy, we provide speech teletherapy to aid individuals in overcoming communication difficulties that may impact their ability to develope relationships and interact with others on a day-to-day basis. These difficulties include, but are not limited to, the following:
Are you unsure if speech therapy is what your child needs?
See below for a brief timeline of when your child should reach certain speech milestones.
While it’s expected that they may go through phases of wanting grilled cheese sandwiches for every meal, and that broccoli may never be their favorite vegetable, sometimes the concerns are more severe.
If your child is struggling with texture aversions, swallowing, chewing or other development delays, we’re here to help. See below for some of the most common reasons that children have issues with feeding.
Unsure if your child’s feeding habits are a cause for concern?
See below for some signs that there may be an underlying cause for your feeding time stress.
Pediatric Occupational Teletherapy
Pediatric Occupational therapy is something that may be able to improve and expand your child’s skill sets and prepare them for success now and well into the future. If you’d like to learn more about the benefits of pediatric occupational therapy, here is a great resource from The American Occupational Therapy Association, Inc.
Is Occupational TeleTherapy a fit for my child?
Sometimes, children need help to strengthen their hand muscles before learning how to tie their shoes, or they need to be exposed to new and messy activities to become accustomed to coping with situations they may run in to on a daily basis.
If you’re not sure if the difficulties your child is facing are normal, look below at some of the common issues that can be addressed with occupational therapy.
Our TeleTherapy approach focuses on a parent coaching model beyond the clinic’s controlled environment.
If you have further questions regarding TeleTherapy, or would like to schedule an initial evaluation.