Our Speech-language pathologists strive to give children the tools needed to communicate effectively. Their aim is to improve a child’s ability to use verbal and non-verbal language. Our Speech Pathologists utilize treatment in expressive and receptive language skills, apraxia, dyslexia, breast and bottle feeding, misarticulations, feeding and swallowing, literacy concerns, and fluency and word retrieval skills.
Physical Therapy Physical therapists are eager to help your child explore the world. They strive to make every session fun, while working on improving strength, flexibility, range of motion, posture, balance, and movement patterns. Areas of focus are coordination, balance, motor planning, sports injuries, sensory processing and reflex integration, toe walking, and executive functioning skills.
Using a play-based approach, our occupational therapists engage your child in activities that develop important sensory processing, motor, behavioral, and thinking skills. Development in these areas improves performance in valued daily activities including dressing, feeding, writing, play, and social participation.
Dyslexia Therapy Dyslexia is a specific learning disability that is neurological in origin and characterized by:
Difficulties with accurate and/or fluent word recognition
Poor spelling & decoding difficulties
Problems in reading comprehension
Study Skills and Learning Strategies
Behavioral/ Mental Health At NHT we provide behavioral health treatment that are culturally and linguistically appropriate, but not limited to, individuals, group, and family counseling and education on wellness, recovery, and resiliency. Our programs are comprehensive, coordinated with other disciplines, and defined services that may vary in level of intensity.
Areas we address:
Depression – Anxiety
Autism Spectrum Disorders
Mental Health Concerns
Life Span Concerns
We take pride in providing treatment with: Wellness: assisting patients to achieve balance in physical, emotional health, and well-being. Recovery: providing information about the patient’s disability/disorder with a focus on achieving the highest possible function and improving in their personal social and occupational interactions. Resiliency: improving the patient’s awareness of his or her own strengths and building on those. Crisis Line Program: 24 Hour/Call Back Assistance at 501-623-5591
Collaborating with Blue Sprigs for Autism in providing ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) Therapy