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Intensive Therapy

What is intensive therapy? 

Children with various neurological and genetic conditions require a high level of repetition of specific movements to promote new skills, which intensive therapy allows.

Intensive therapy is a combination of occupational, physical, speech, and feeding therapy for 3 hours a day, 5 days a week, for 3 weeks in a row.


Children receive individualized treatment based on a comprehensive evaluation with input from the child and family regarding specific goals. A skilled and knowledgeable team of therapists work together to create a one of a kind treatment plan based on the child's strengths and interests in order to help them achieve their goals. Families will also be provided with training and a comprehensive home program with pictures to continue progress at home following the intensive.

Children will receive1-1.5 hours of Physical and Occupational Therapy and 30 minutes of Speech Therapy each day.

Who is it for? 

We can help any child with:

  • a non-progressive neuromuscular disorder

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • developmental delay

  • genetic conditions

  • traumatic brain injury

  • Ataxia

  • Athetosis

  • post stroke

  • increased or decreased muscle tone

  • and many more! 

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Specialized Equipment and Techniques for Intensives:
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Benefits of Intensive Therapy

  • Retrains the central nervous system

  • Improves muscle tone

  • Increases neuroplasticity 

  • Enhances proper body alignment

  • Improves balance and coordination

  • Improves body and spatial awareness

  • Increases independence in mobility

  • Improves functional communication skills

  • Increases skill with adaptive devices

  • Improves safety and confidence during feeding

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"The amount of strength & confidence he gains [in intensives] is incredible! They have a wide variety of methods & tools available to tailor the best program to meet your child's needs."

- Taylor W.

"What Lola accomplished and gained [in intensives] were skills we were told she may never gain. They were skills that have given Lola freedom, accessibility, independence, confidence, a voice, and foundations on which more skills are built."

- Chelsea G.

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10640 N Riverside Dr Suite 200

Fort Worth, TX 76244

Phone: 817-431-9000

Fax: 817-796-2781

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