WHAT WE DO

We work carefully with our clients and their families to achieve the goals we put in place. We strive to create a fun and safe environment for everyone that steps into our clinic. By providing the proper support and guidance throughout the process, we facilitate a positive transformation in our clients.

We Play with Purpose

Therapeutic Techniques

  • Ayres Sensory Integration ®

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

  • Feeding - Behavioral/SOS Approach

  • Attachment - Trauma

  • Floortime/DIR ®

  • Integrated Play Groups

  • Bike Riding

  • Interactive Metronome

  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment

  • Listening Therapy

  • Handwriting Without Tears ®

Bodywork

  • Craniosacral Therapy ®

  • Visceral Manipulation

  • lymphatic Drainage

  • Myofascial Release

  • Integrated Manual Therapy

  • Reflex Integration

HOW WE ARE DIFFERENT

We use sensory integration to help our clients relate to others. We aim to improve their ability to perform daily living activities that they may be having trouble with. We accomplish our goals in a fun and motivating manner. It is important that our clients gain the ability to be solution focused, happy, social, while decreasing fear, anxiety, and depression. We use a variety of research driven approaches to help our clients achieve great success.

At our clinic we are proud to utilize advanced treatment techniques, such as the Ayres Sensory Integration method. We are one of the only clinics that practice this unique treatment method in the state of Michigan.

 

Our Process

Ayres Sensory Integration Fidelity Measures 

  1. Ensure physical safety.

  2. Presenting a wide range of sensory activities that challenge balance, movement and touch. For example, we have 40 easily accessible suspension systems. 

  3. We plan activities and their environment to help the child maintain self-regulation and alertness. For example we'll set up quiet, small spaces with special lighting for the over aroused child whereas we'll plan lots of exciting movement activity for the sensory seeking child.

  4. Challenging postural equipment and activities to improve visual control, oral control and bilateral coordination.

  5. Challenge of praxis (motor planning) to help organize behavior, with daily opportunities for the child to create their very own play environment for maximum fun . 

  6. Our best tool - child directed therapy collaborating with therapist goals creates a child driven to excel and develop self-confidence. 

  7. The therapist creates the just right challenge.

  8. Ensure the child’s success.

  9. Support the child’s intrinsic motivation to play.

  10. Establish a therapeutic alliance with the child.

 

TYPES OF THERAPIES

THERAPEUTIC TECHNIQUES

  • Ayres Sensory Integration ®

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

  • Feeding - Behavioral/SOS Approach

  • Attachment - Trauma

  • Floortime/DIR ®

  • Integrated Play Groups

  • Bike Riding

  • Interactive Metronome

  • Neurodevelopmental Treatment

  • Listening Therapy

  • Handwriting Without Tears ®

BODYWORK

  • Craniosacral Therapy ®

  • Visceral Manipulation

  • lymphatic Drainage

  • Myofascial Release

  • Integrated Manual Therapy

  • Reflex Integration