Standardized assessments and clinical observations are used to determine a child's initial area of function. The areas assessed include sensory processing, self-regulation, behavior, fine and gross motor skills, social skills, and visual perceptual skills. With the results of the assessment and clinical observations, goals and objectives will then be collaboratively determined. Caregiver collaboration and knowledge of these goals helps the child achieve to the best of their ability.
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I have taken my son, Anthony, to Leslie for help for a while now. Anthony would not grasp a crayon to color, could not stand loud noises, would not go near water, was unable to write his own name, and hated to touch anything that might make his hand messy. Leslie has helped Anthony grow as a person and made his life so much better with her care. She has helped him over come every one of these obstacles and more. She has shown him how to be comfortable communicating his thoughts and needs, the skills to deal with and express his anger correctly and celebrated his victories in his grown with him! Leslie has shown Anthony the tools to deal with things that might seem every day to most, but were huge issues for Anthony to handle. This program has changed my child's life for the better and I can't express how grateful I am for all of the hard work and love that has been shown to him.
I really do love the work she has done with Anthony. We can't imagine our lives without her.