Our clinic

Our clinic is designed to promote exploration, creativity, and play. We strive to address speech, language, and motor skills in an environment that is natural to each child. All of our rooms are designed to transform daily or weekly and can accommodate one or many children, based on their individual needs.

We Accept Insurance

We can work with the following providers to help with the cost of your therapy. Tricare, United Healthcare, Cigna, Aetna and BCBS.

Clinic Waiting Room
Waiting Room

Our waiting room is designed to be a bright, cheerful, and comfortable space for parents and siblings. We offer complementary coffee and water, family-friendly movies, plus a variety of toys on rotation. We hope you'll feel comfortable and welcome here!

eval room
Evaluation Room

This room is utilized for initial evaluations, reassessments, and parent conferences. Here multiple disciplines can observe your child, review assessment results, and discuss your child’s needs and progress. This room is also available for working parents and busy siblings during therapy hours.

arts and crafts
Art & Crafts Room

This is the room where we have our hands-on messy fun. We do arts, crafts, and science experiments. These activities allow us to build fine motor, visual motor, and language skills in fun and functional ways.

sensory gym
Sensory Gym

In this room, we focus on our gross motor skills, motor planning, and coordination. We do obstacle courses, ball activities, scooter board games, and more--all while interacting with peers!

Clinic Treatment Room
Treatment Room

This room is utilized for children who may benefit from one on one therapy or for parents who would like to observe therapy.

clinic store
Clinic Store

'Royal Necessities' provides our clients the opportunity to purchase some of the items we use during our therapy sessions! This allows our families to be able to carry over the skills they develop in therapy into their homes as well!

feeding room
Feeding Room

In this room, we work to improve feeding abilities such as oral motor and sensory aversions to a variety of food through play. Interacting with food through play keeps it fun and engaging for the kids!

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