Therapeutic Services (PT, OT, SLP)
We offer educational meetings for parents seeking help on how to best care for their children.
We offer comprehensive consultation programs for therapists currently working or currently in training.
Specialist & Therapeutic Services
Little Feet & Hands – through our specialties and therapeutic services – helps children ages 0-7 achieve their full potential and:
- Improve gross motor performance
- Improve sensory responsiveness
- Enhance life skills
- Communicate more effectively
- Develop social skills
- Develop self-confidence
What this may look like for your child depends greatly on your child’s individual needs. Please click the button below to schedule a free screening, today!
Our licensed Physical Therapists identify and treat problems with gross motor skills, movement patterns, gait/walking, positioning, and posture. We can help children diagnosed with developmental delays, torticollis, idiopathic toe walking, cerebral palsy, and more. A child may need physical therapy if they are experiencing any of the following:
- Toe walking
- Weak legs or trunk
- Stiff muscles
- Balance problems
- Unusual standing/walking patterns
- Leg or foot pain
- Poor endurance
Our licensed Occupational Therapists identify and treat children who have challenges in the skills necessary for daily living. This can include any of the following areas:
- Fine motor skills
- Social skills
- Cognitive & sensory abilities
- Hand & eye coordination
- Oral Motor/Feeding
- Conditions we treat
We specialize in helping premature and autistic children, as well as children with down syndrome.
Our licensed Speech-Language Pathologists identify and treat children with expressive and receptive language, articulation, voice, fluency, social skills, auditory and language processing, oral motor, and feeding disorders/delays. Our Pathologists offer treatments using a variety of speech and language exercises, articulation adjustments, and play-based language/vocabulary building – as well as assisting families with augmentative and alternative communication. Speech-language therapy is often beneficial for children who are experiencing:
- Communication impairments related to Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Receptive and/or expressive language delay
- Fluency disorders/stuttering
- Social skills/pragmatic language impairments
We’re always close by if you’d like to reach out.
7059 Blair RD, NW
Washington, D.C. 20012