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Cornerstone Therapies provides essential care for kids with many needs.

Our services include:

  • Speech Therapy

  • Occupational Therapy

  • Physical Therapy​

Please press on of the options or scroll down to read more in depth about each therapy and how we can help your child.

If you would like to even more information please use the link below to the CDC website where they explain the developmental milestones.

Speech-Language Therapy


  • Articulation

    • Articulation is misproduction of sounds in words, such as, saying "wed" for "red".

  • Receptive/Expressive Language

    • Receptive Language is how we understand and comprehend.

    • Expressive Language is how you communicate with other people.

  • Feeding and Swallowing

    • When children have difficulty at meal times, speech therapists offer different techniques to help this process.

  • Voice

    • Vocal damage or nodules may cause your voice to sound harsh or hoarse.

  • Fluency

    • Speech that consists of stuttering on sounds or words, such as, "b-b-baby" or "I want to want to go to the park".

Speech Therapy

Occupational Therapy

  • Sensory Processing

    • Difficulties with processing information from five core senses: vision, auditory, touch, smell, and taste, in addition to movement and position and space.

  • Cognition and Perception

    • Being able to understand and carry out memory skills such as I SPY.

  • Self Care

    • The ability to independently dress yourself, feed yourself, and bathe/clean yourself.

  • Social Skills

    • Engaging in cooperative play and sharing skills.

  • Motor Skills

    • Difficulty with finger, hand strength, position, and stability during handwriting.

Occupational Therapy

Physical Therapy

  • Motor Skills

    • Difficulty with gross motor movements such as: walking, running, jumping, hopping, skipping, etc.

  • Balance and Coordination

    • The ability to walk on a line/beam or stand on one foot.

    • The ability to kick, catch, or throw a ball.

  • Strength and Endurance

    • In younger children this is evident when they have poor core strength (W-sitting, slouch posture, etc.).


Physical Therapy
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