At NAPA Center, our dedicated and highly trained physical, speech and occupational therapists
use a diverse set of innovative tools and therapies delivered through intensive programs.
These programs are customized specifically for each child based on their needs, and provided at our
three centers, in a playful and positive environment.
Our intensive programs, which may include combinations of occupational, physical, & speech therapy, are customized for each child based on their needs & goals.
The NeuroSuit frames the body providing support and resistance simultaneously. It facilitates proper movement and provides additional weight bearing distributed strategically throughout the body.
CME is a dynamic technique used in physical and occupational therapy aimed at provoking improved postural responses in patients to promote progress toward developmental milestones.
NAPA Center takes an intensive approach to physical therapy using the NeuroSuit and Multifunctional Therapy Units.
An OT’s role is to assist individuals in performing “occupations” with the greatest level of independence possible. Childhood occupations include learning in school and playing with friends.
Our therapists use a variety of techniques to address speech delays, oral motor dysfunction, apraxia, and feeding and swallowing difficulties, to help your child improve articulation & fluency.
The SpiderCage is a three-sided wire device that uses a belt and bungee cords to enable the patient to perform balance and strengthening exercise with proper positioning alignment.
HBOT is a non-invasive medical treatment in which a patient breathes oxygen at a higher level than atmospheric pressure in our soft-shelled chamber enhancing the body’s natural healing process.
VitalStim Therapy is an effective treatment for patients suffering from difficulty swallowing or dysphagia.
Our occupational therapists will work with your child to help them learn to feed themselves so they can become more independent.
Have a picky eater? The NAPA Center feeding group will encourage your child to explore new foods and promotes engagement through sensory play with food.