Our therapists specialize in common speech, fine motor, and sensory disorders.
Is your child controlling and rigid about food choices? Do you make more than one dinner each night because your child refuses to eat what your family eats?
Autism affects all aspects of a family’s life. At The Center for LifeSkills, we work on more than just speech, language, and sensory goals.
This month’s installment of Kids Q&A features occupational therapist Jason Drusbacky MOT, OTR/L interviewed by Aiden, age 11. There are...
Welcome to this month’s installment of Kid’s Q&A where we feature speech-language pathologist Deborah Finley. She is interviewed by brothers...
I wanted to touch base and let you know how well it’s going. I cannot say enough about how great Henry feels when he leaves “fun with food” every week. Myshl is intuitive, knowledgeable, responsive, positive and thoughtful. We have seen so much growth and are so pleased. —Mom of Henry
“I have noticed tremendous strides in Kanitha’s speech. It’s been nice to see her begin to blossom, thank you for helping her so greatly!”
He has come such a long way from when he first started and we owe that to the Center for Life Skills for helping him become the wonderful communicator he is today.
To see your child smile after a productive session is one of the most rewarding feelings a parent can experience.