Red Door Therapeutic Services will offer a wide variety of programs at our centers throughout Hempstead, Long Island, NY for children who may not be eligible for services through their local school districts. Parents who want to enhance their child’s development can achieve this through our planned programs, such as:
- Speech Therapy
- Occupational Therapy
- Physical Therapy
- Social Skills Training
- ABA Therapy.
Licensed and certified therapeutic advisors will await your child at one of our facilities of your choosing. Individual and group services will be available, tailored to your child’s needs. Additionally, we can direct you to legal services for parents seeking the assistance of a Special Education lawyer. To help you better understand you and your child’s rights, parent advocates are also available.
Occupational therapists are licensed rehabilitation care professionals who work to restore or improve physical abilities, promote behavioral changes, adapt surroundings, and teach new skills. The goal is to have the individual achieve her or his best physical and/or mental functioning in daily life tasks. Occupational therapists provide these services through a physician, physician’s assistant, or nurse practitioner’s referral or prescription.
Occupational therapy practitioners aid people in adapting to: developmental disabilities, learning disabilities, job-related injuries, neurological problems, orthopedic injuries, birth defects, stroke, psychosocial disorders, chemical dependency, and age-related disorders.
They help with impaired physical functioning and psychological problems that hamper daily life, special needs requiring modification of the physical environment and/or use of specialized equipment and technologies (such as changes in the home or job site for a person in a wheelchair).
Speech Language Pathology
A speech-language pathologist is a licensed healthcare professional who diagnoses, evaluates and treats disorders of speech, voice, swallowing, and language. You might consult a speech-language pathologist to help someone with: a speech impairment such as stuttering, slurred speech or voice problems, speech or language affected by a stroke or head injury, speech affected by surgery, or someone with a swallowing disorder.
You might use the services of a speech-language pathologist for a child if: you have difficulty understanding what the child is trying to say, you think the child is speaking differently from children of the same age, the child has difficulty telling you what he or she wants, or the child has difficulty understanding what people are saying.
A physical therapist is a licensed healthcare professional who examines and evaluates a patient’s condition, then plans and administers treatments to promote optimal health. Physical therapists seek to relieve pain, improve the body’s movement and function, maintain cardiopulmonary function, restore, maintain and promote optimal physical function, and limit disabilities resulting from injury or disease.
Physical therapists take your health history, observe your posture and movement, evaluate your injury, and develop a plan of care. Treatment may include but is not limited to: patient/client education in health,
wellness, and safety; manual therapy, such as massage, mobilization and manipulation, therapeutic exercise, pain management, application of therapeutic modalities, such as ultrasound and electrical stimulation, and training in daily living activities.
Behavior Intervention Services
Including Parent Training & Counseling
Behavior Intervention Services are available to address a wide range of behaviors from simple to complex, for individuals with various disabilities, including Autism.
Red Door has access to a range of Behavior Intervention Service providers including Board Certified Behavior Analysts (“BCBAs”), Parent Trainers & Counselors, Direct Behavior Intervention Service Providers, ABA Paraprofessionals, and Classroom Aides.
Behavior related services Red Door plans to offer include various evidence-based interventions, such as Applied Behavior Analysis, TEACCH, Social Skills Training, SCERTS, and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
- Behavior Intervention Service Provider.
- Board Certified Behavior Analyst (“BCBA”)
- Board Certified Assistant Behavior Analyst (“BCaBA”)
- ABA Paraprofessionals
- Classroom Aides
Special & General Education Teachers
Special and General Education teachers will be available and appropriately certified. Home Instruction tutors are available for both general studies and test preparation.
Red Door Therapeutic advisors will offer client school districts placement services, and private-pay services to individuals and families.
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