OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY & PHYSICAL THERAPY
The goal of occupational therapy is to increase independence with daily activities in order to have a meaningful and productive life. The goal of physical therapy is to remediate impairments and functional limitations to improve participation and quality of life. Our goal is to make it fun!
Winter Break will be arriving all too soon. Families and therapists will be finalizing plans. As you decide on the specifics for yours, please communicate directly with your child's therapist and coordinate scheduling.
KIDS-IN-SYNC Summer Intensive at SKT
July 8 to July 25, 2024
Camps run Monday through Thursday
9:15 am to 12:15 pm
This 3-week summer intensive program is designed to provide 3-4 year old or 4-5 year old children (depending on interest) the opportunity to improve their self-regulation, gross motor, fine motor, and visual motor skills in a safe and fun small group environment. Groups will consist of 4-6 children led by two occupational therapists and a volunteer.
If interested, please contact Lisa or Shiraz at (202) 244-8089 or discuss the opportunity with your child’s current therapist.
Move, Say, & Play
Social Skills Groups
Winter Session: January 11 to February 29, 2024
Groups run Thursdays at 4:30 and 5:30 pm
This eight-week program is appropriate for children ages 4 through 7. Groups are run by a speech therapist and an occupational therapist who utilize concepts from the Social Thinking curriculum. Target skills include appropriate peer interactions, taking turns, social language, following directions, spatial awareness, fine motor skills, and problem-solving.
Let Us Help with Insurance
In an effort to help families with insurance reimbursement for therapy expenses, Sensational Kids Therapy will submit claims electronically to your insurance company on your behalf. Our billing department will verify benefits, obtain any necessary authorizations, and follow-up on any unpaid claims.
“Great OT for two of my sons--terrific therapist who made it fun and they actually enjoyed going. They both made a lot of progress with fine motor skills and are doing so much better now."