Our therapy services are provided at a custom-designed facility in Lafayette, Louisiana.
Our facility features a large sensory gym and 2 smaller sensory areas, which contain a rock wall, slides, ball pits, climbing structures, swings and other suspended equipment, as well as separate therapy rooms and imaginative play areas.
Occupational Therapists (OTs) focus on improving the meaningful activities of an individual’s daily life, including home activities, educational activities, play and leisure activities, and self-care activities. Our occupational therapists assess motor development, sensory processing, and social interaction to determine the barriers interfering with efficient participation in those meaningful activities. more info
Speech-Language Pathologists (SLPs) focus on improving all aspects of communication to increase functioning in the home, at school, and in the community. Our SLPs perform a thorough evaluation of areas of concern, including articulation (speech sound production), fluency (stuttering), language development, reading and writing. We also examine areas of social and cognitive functioning such as engagement, play skills, executive functions, reasoning skills, and problem-solving skills. more info
Members of our professional staff from both the speech-language and occupational therapy departments are trained in the well-known SOS Approach to Feeding. This approach examines the underlying causes of feeding difficulties and addresses them using a non-invasive systematic hierarchy using play-based techniques and family involvement. Both group and individual therapy sessions are used. more info
Our therapists from both Speech, Occupational, and Feeding Therapy are eager to address concerns in the 0-3 year old population. We think parents should follow their instincts. If caught early, many challenges can be addressed and their impacts can be minimized. Early intervention includes services for Infant/Toddler Feeding, Lip and Tongue Tie issues, Torticollis/Plagiocephaly, Sensory Processing Issues, Speech/Language or Communication Issues, and other developmental delays or disorders. Click here for extensive information about our early intervention services.
Play Therapy/Counseling is provided by Clayton Latiolais, MS, LPC, Registered Play Therapist. Clayton uses play as a non-threatening outlet for the communication of thoughts and feelings. Many of our kiddos who learn differently experience anxiety, low self-esteem, and difficulty adjusting to their environments. Clayton is here to help address these internal conflicts in a fun and developmentally appropriate way. more info
Our professional staff is keen at observing the needs of the children they serve. We offer year-round special sessions of reading and writing groups and teen social groups, and summer sessions of our PALS social group, Handwriting Groups, and Feeding Groups. more info
Sensory Room Design
Parents and schools are often interested in setting up sensory spaces for their children or students, but they are unsure how to go about using the space most effectively. There are often questions about the best equipment to purchase or what to consider in the placement of the equipment. Allison LeBouef, LOTR, will consult with parents and schools in the design of these sensory spaces. Allison is SIPT-certified, has studied a variety of sensory clinics across the country, and has experience setting up several professional sensory clinics. Call our clinic and leave a message for Allison if you would like more information about this service.