Is this a feeding Team?


What services are offered?

Intensive Outpatient: Once or more per day for several days/week

Additional information:

Southeastern Therapy for Kids is an independently owned multi-disciplinary practice serving the Hampton Roads area since 1993. Southeastern Therapy for Kids provides physical, occupational and speech therapy services to meet the rehabilitation needs of patients, their physicians and parents. We work with children from birth to adulthood providing timely, individualized therapy services in a caring environment through the personalized attention of a committed staff. We have six convenient locations within South Hampton Roads. Southeastern’s pediatric Occupational Therapists work to improve a child’s physical development, fine-motor skills, sensory processing skills, social emotional development, cognition, feeding skills and visual processing abilities to maximize skills for daily living. We offer specialty evaluations and interventions to help each child reach their full potential in the following areas: Fine and Gross Motor Skills Self-help Skills Handwriting Social Skills Development Gravitational Insecurity Feeding Disorders/Deficits Sensory Processing and Sensory Integration Adaptive Equipment and Positioning Ortohopedic conditions such as upper extremity/hand disorders or conditions Visual motor and Visual Perceptual Skills Southeastern’s Pediatric Speech-Language Pathologists work with children to improve feeding, articulation skills, expressive and receptive language skills, fluency, voice or other communication skills necessary to participate in everyday activities. We offer individualized evaluations and treatment to help each child reach their full potential in the following areas: Articulation and Phonological Disorders Expressive Communication Delay Language Disorders Swallowing and Feeding Disorders Fluency (Stuttering) Literacy and Pre-Literacy Skills Augmentative Communication Device Training Auditory Processing Disorders Voice Disorders Pragmatic/Social Language Disorders Southeastern’s pediatric physical therapists work to improve a child’s gross motor ability (large muscle groups) which facilitate improved mobility, coordination and balance. We offer specialty evaluations and therapeutic interventions for the following areas: Motor planning Coordination and balance training Mobility: transfers, floor mobility, ambulation Neuromuscular conditions such as cerebral palsy Orthopedic conditions such as torticollis, hip dysplasia, scoliosis and amputation Musculoskeletal conditions such as decreased strength, muscle tone, muscle control, flexibility, joint motion, posture and endurance Adaptive Equipment Assessment and training (Wheelchairs, walkers, standers, gait trainers, etc.)