- early intervention: Early intervention is an umbrella term for services provided in the early years of a child's development. The program is divided in three units covering an age range from 0 months to 5 years old and it addresses the needs of children who present motor, language, communication and social difficulties. The program combines a variety of therapy sessions, designed to address the specific needs and/or difficulties involved in each individual. The nature of the children's age who participate in the program sets the basis for an evidence-based play approach, either educational, structured or free play.
- language and speech therapy: sessions are individual and are designed to address language and/or speech sound disorders in children and adolescents. Services are provided by a bilingual licensed speech-language pathologist trained in the USA.
- occupational therapy: sessions take place on an individual basis and address difficulties in fine and gross motor development, sensory processing disorders, ADHD, executive planning disorder and difficulties associated with ASD and syndromes. The Occupational Therapy room includes, but is not limited to, a climbing wall, indoor climbing bars, swings and trampoline.
In accordance with our holistic approach, alternative therapies may be incorporated in every child's program upon parental request. These include Play Therapy, Yoga, Music Therapy and Art Therapy. At Stepping Stone each child is unique and is provided with an individual therapy plan. We work closely with the families in order to provide the best possible services to those with specific needs. At Stepping Stone we are committed to quality care.