We Provide Pediatric Occupational & Speech Therapy for Children!
Child Directed and Family Centered Approach to Pediatric Therapy
Children learn and develop through sensory rich experiences of play and movement. We specialize in a whole child approach to promoting the development of skills needed for a child to participate in their daily “occupations.” Occupational Therapy will help your child be more independent with play, self-help, and social skills. Speech Therapy helps your child to speak, understand and socialize with family and friends. Feeding Therapy is used to determine what interventions and professionals can help to improve your child’s food intake.
Therapy sessions provide individualized treatment so your child can acquire the skills to develop and learn. We believe that child directed therapy and family participation creates the greatest impact.
Services We Provide for Children
Reasons your child may need therapy services:
Is your child having trouble with transitions, stubborn behaviors, or resistive to new activities?
Is your child having difficulty with self-help skills, holding a crayon, cutting with scissors or feeding themself?
Does your child frequently fall, crash to the ground on purpose, or appear clumsy as compared to their peers?
Is your child delayed with rolling, crawling, walking or talking?
Treatment for Children with:
Sensory Processing Disorder
Speech and Language Delays
About Sara Wilbert and Beacon Pediatric Therapy Services
I received my Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2001 at the University of Hartford and completed my fieldwork education in areas of mental health, physical disabilities and pediatrics. My work experience includes public and private school based practice, early intervention, and adult rehabilitation. I live in Forked River, New Jersey with my husband, two teenagers and 3 pups.
Parents often ask me "do you work on "sensory"? I think my child may have sensory issues." Having the diagnosis of true Sensory Processing Disorder versus "sensory issues" can be very confusing for parents. "Sensory" seems to be the new buzz word lately for any child who is having trouble [...]
When we hear the words tummy time and crawling we think of babies who are not walking yet. These are definitely necessary activities that ALL babies should be doing (even if some people say it's not). The list of benefits for tummy time and crawling on the development of sensory [...]