Children's Therapy Services

Who Are We?
Children's Therapy Services has a long history of providing the highest quality occupational and physical therapy services to the pediatric population. Therapy Services is part of Trinitas Healthcare Corporation, a non-profit subsidiary of Trintas Health Services.

Founded in 1986, Children's Therapy Services has provided educationally based services for schools throughout New Jersey. Beginning in 2002, the practice expanded to include medically based services in a fully equipped pediatric clinic. These services were added to provide a more comprehensive approach to assist children with special needs in reaching their optimal capabilities.

Our experienced staff is registered and licensed by the State of New Jersey. We provide services for children with a variety of medical diagnoses from birth to 21 years of age. Our services include evaluations, direct intervention, consulting services and fun therapeutic programs throughout the year.

Children's Therapy Services provides a wide variety of specialized assessments and treatment techniques. Programs are individualized for each child. These are a few of the services:

  • Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT)
  • Therapies for Sensory Processing Difficulties
  • Therapeutic Listening®
  • The Listening Program®
  • Handwriting Clinics
  • Fitness Programs
  • Interactive Metronome®
  • Brainware Safari®
  • The Zones of Regulation®
  • The Alert Program®

What is Speech Therapy?
Speech therapy is a health profession that helps a person improve his or her ability to communicate. Speech therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as:

  • Speech/articulation skills
  • Language skills
  • Oral-motor skills
  • Cognitive or thinking skills
  • Social Skills

What Is Physical Therapy?
Physical therapy is a health profession whose primary purpose is the promotion of optimal human health and function through application of scientific principles to prevent, identify, assess, correct or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction. Physical therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as:

  • Gross motor functioning
  • Body coordination
  • Mobility in the home and community
  • Adaptive equipment needs
  • Adolescent sports injuries
  • Pediatric orthopedics

What Is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is a health profession, providing expertise in both mental and physical health, that utilizes the application of purposeful, goal-directed intervention in the assessment and treatment of persons with developmental and/or acquired disabilities. Occupational Therapy evaluates and provides intervention to enable participation in daily routines related to one's life roles and occupations. For children these include self-care, play and leisure skills, social participation, school, work and volunteer services.

Occupational therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as:

  • Small object manipulation
  • Handwriting
  • Sensory integration
  • Perceptual skills
  • Oral-motor skills
  • Activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing and toileting
  • Instrumental activities of daily living such as using the telephone, accessing transportation, etc.

The staff of therapy services offers a variety of informative and useful workshops and seminars for parents on topics such as:

  • Childhood development
  • Handwriting
  • Therapeutic home activities
  • Sensory integration
  • And more...

Insurance Coverage
Please contact us to inquire about affiliated insurance carriers.

For more information, or to arrange a visit, please call 973-218-6394.

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