73 N Main Street
Victor, ID 83455




























Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is for infants, toddlers and
children who have:
• Developmental delays due to prematurity, neurological deficits, genetic disorders
• Feeding problems
• Learning disabilities,
including handwriting and
visual-perceptual deficits
• Impaired dexterity,
coordination, and self-care skills
• Delays in sensorimotor
impact on attention,
behavior and social skills

• Visual-perceptual and visual-motor skills
• Fine motor and manipulation skills/handwriting
• Upper body strengthening to improve posture, reach coordination
• Sensorimotor activity to improve balance, coordination, body awareness, attention and focus
• Neurodevelopmental techniques to improve movement patterns, head control, and transitions in movement
• Adaptations and activities for feeding,dressing, and grooming skills
• Assistive technology and adaptive equipment needed to be independent with age-appropriate activities of daily living
• Joint stability of the hand
• Money and time management skills, vocational skills


Physical Therapy

Physical Therapy is for
• Orthopedic problems, joint and muscle problems
• Developmental delays
• Low muscle tone/high muscle tone issues
• Postural dysfunction
• Torticollis
• Coordination and balance problems

• Large motor skills such as rolling, sitting, crawling, walking, running, jumping, and ball agility skills
• Recovery from accidents, sports and orthopedic injuries
• Strengthening, endurance and balance training


Speech Therapy

Speech Pathology is for
• Comprehension and use of language, articulation, productions of speech sounds
• Hearing impairment and processing fluency
• Voice and resonance during speech

• Speech and language delays
• Hearing loss/ cochlear implants
• Stuttering
• Vocal nodules
• Traumatic brain injury
• Developmental delays due
to prematurity, neurodisorders,
genetic disorders