We provide in-home speech-language, occupational and physical therapy for children ages 0 through 18 all throughout San Diego County (subject to the availability of our therapists). We also provide teletherapy (a.k.a. telehealth, or virtual) services throughout the state of California. We also now have limited availability for speech therapy in Temecula (with plans to add additional availability for speech, occupational and physical therapy throughout Temecula Valley in the near future).

We are a contracted provider with the San Diego Regional Center Early Start (Early Intervention) Program (Birth to 3), which provides free services to thousands of families throughout San Diego County.  We are in-network insurance providers with Tri-Care West and Blue Shield of CA.  We also accept direct/ private pay clients.  Please call, text or e-mail us for more information.

What is Speech Therapy?  The profession of Speech Language Pathology (commonly called Speech Therapy) includes thorough diagnostic and treatment services to help develop an individual’s communication abilities.  The following are just a sampling of areas in which speech-language pathologists can assess and provide intervention:

  • Speech/Articulation Skills
  • Language Skills
  • Oral-Motor Skills
  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC)
  • Cognitive or Thinking Skills
  • Social Communication Skills

What is Occupational Therapy?  The profession of Occupational Therapy utilizes intentional, goal-oriented intervention in the evaluation and treatment of children with disabilities, to facilitate engagement in activities that support life participation.  Below are just a few examples of areas that occupational therapists evaluate and provide intervention in:

  • Sensory-Motor Processing Skills
  • Perceptual Skills
  • Fine Motor Skills (e.g., small object manipulation)
  • Oral-Motor Skills (including feeding)
  • Activities of Daily Living Skills (e.g., washing hands, clothing management for toileting, feeding self, etc.)
  • Academics related to neurological motor challenges

What is Physical Therapy?  The profession of Physical Therapy is a health field with the primary purpose of promoting optimal physical health and function through intervention to prevent, identify, assess, correct or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction.  Below are just a few areas that physical therapists evaluate and provide intervention in:

  • Gross Motor Skills and Coordination
  • Adaptive Equipment Needs
  • Mobility in the Home and Community
  • Pediatric Orthopedic Deficits
  • Adolescent Sport-Related Injuries