Our specialized programs and treatments are proven to bring results. You can expect to see changes and improvements within your child sometimes within the first 14 days. You can also expect to get self-help tools, resources, and instruction so you can be empowered to do some of the things on your own for even greater success.
“We are so thankful for Mary and the work she has been doing with our son! He has made amazing improvements in just a short time and we expect so much more!
For years we were so discouraged because we had not been able to get answers to what was going on with our son. But when Mary came along that all changed dramatically!!! Her knowledge and expertise about Asperger’s and Sensory Integration Disorder has given our entire family the answers we had been looking for all along.
We finally feel like we all can help him and, most importantly, our son is so happy to be understood and getting the help he has needed for so long.
Our son really enjoys his therapy because Mary does such an excellent job at keeping it all fun.
She comes HIGHLY recommended from our family! We love her and we are so thankful for all that she has done so far and we look forward to what lies ahead.”
-Melinda and Mike Sandberg, Wenatchee
What are some things you can expect? The list below includes, but is not limited to: (The issues and complexity will determine outcomes)
- Improvements in attention, general level of alertness.
- Faster processing and response to verbal requests from others.
- Increase in behavioral flexibility and cooperativeness, although this may take longer, and must include a home behavior management plan that works in tandem with our treatment.
- Better balance and coordination; less falling and accidents.
- Better fine motor control, increased legibility and space management of handwriting.
- If the child is fearful and anxious about new situations or experiences, this is reduced. Part of this style of therapy is about risk-taking, trying new activities, and doing old things in new ways. Over time, this generalizes to other situations outside of the clinic environment.