Outpatient Therapy Clinic

NTSOC’s outpatient therapy clinic is comprised of a team of pediatric occupational, physical, and speech therapists. They work energetically to assess and evaluate the therapeutic, rehabilitative, and functional status of your loved one.

Our staff of therapists create comprehensive care plans and work with your loved one on a regular basis to promote functionality and independence where appropriate.

Clinical Occupational Therapy

NTSOC provides clinical occupational therapy services to help your loved one achieve their personal goals through activities of daily living in a clinical environment. They also focus on fine motor skills, stretching, range of motion, eye hand coordination, sensory processing, and development.

Our occupational therapists possess a comprehensive perspective when it comes to your loved one’s needs to help them adapt to their environment. Some of the specific tasks covered include:

  • Establishing goals for improved function
  • Creating a treatment program
  • Assessing your loved one’s functional status
  • Establishing essential techniques to develop independent living

Clinical Physical Therapy

NTSOC’s clinical physical therapists are committed to the gross motor development, balance, coordination, and core strengthening of your loved one. Our physical therapists also work to develop positive experiences regarding movement, activity, and recreation. In our clinic, your loved one may walk on a treadmill or lift light weights.

Some of the specific tasks covered include:

  • Developing a home-based exercise and stretching program for parents to incorporate
  • Creating a treatment program
  • Training family members on executing a daily exercise routine
  • Recommending community-based exercise activities, where applicable

Clinical Speech Therapy

NTSOC’s clinical speech therapists are committed to providing superior speech-language pathology services. Our speech therapists develop programs to improve communication, speech, swallowing, breathing, and also work to foster problem-solving skills.

Often applied with other therapies, speech therapy significantly contributes to stabilization and recovery.

Some of the specific tasks covered include:

  • Creating a treatment program
  • Recommending equipment or devices to aide/augment communications
  • Identifying speech goals and administering a plan to meet those goals

If you have any questions about the program, please contact our Director of Home Healthcare at 719-574-5562, extension 223.