Developmental Therapy Services of Sacramento offers pediatric therapy services to children and families in the greater Sacramento area.
We provide services to children from 0–18 years old with the following diagnoses:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder,
- Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Sensory Processing Disorder,
- Executive Functioning Dysfunction,
- Specific Learning Disability,
- Intellectual Disability,
- Downs Syndrome,
- Speech and Language
- Feeding/Oral Motor,
- and others
Evaluations and Assessments
Therapists use a combination of records review, skilled observation, parent report, and standardized assessments to complete their analysis. Private evaluations can be formal (with a written report) or informal (without a written report) depending on family’s preference. Evaluations for school districts, Alta California Regional Center, or Insurance companies will be carried out per contract negotiations.
One–on-one instruction with client and therapist plus parent training/education.
Sessions include working with both an occupational therapist and speech therapist for 6 weeks to establish a comprehensive treatment plan before moving forward with individual sessions with one discipline.
Groups consist of 2-3 clients to 1 therapist. Groups are developed based on areas of need, age, and developmental/skill level.
Consultative sessions are available for parents and/or students. Sessions are as needed and could take place in-clinic, video conference, or over the phone.
One-on-one or group sessions available. A course on executive functioning is currently available (see Executive Functioning Parenting Class tab). Other topics could include handwriting and sensory processing strategies, depending on interest. Stay tuned or contact us to see what other classes/training we are offering.
Telehealth is a service model that allows us to provide individual, consultation, and parent coaching/training sessions remotely. Using internet platforms like doxy.me, Zoom, and Google Hangouts our therapist would interact with you and your family to provide treatment strategies, activities, and home programs to address identified areas of need. In order to provide effective Telehealth services, you will need reliable internet, a webcam, microphone, speaker, and an activity helper to assist your child with treatment activities.