Are you concerned about your child's development?

Infant Connections is pleased to offer physical, occupational, and speech therapy services in the natural environment.  This includes at home, daycare, school, playground, or nearby pool.   We serve children from infants to adolescents, and we are experienced in working with:


  • Developmental delay

  • Strength, range of motion, balance, coordination deficits

  • Torticollis/plagiocephaly, abnormal infant head shape

  • Down Syndrome

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Neurological Disorders

  • Genetic Disorders

  • Endurance declines

  • Sensory processing disorders

  • Hypotonia

  • Feeding disorders

  • Self-care skills

  • Gross and fine motor skills


After an initial evaluation, a therapist will provide parents with a customized report outlining areas of need.  Together, the therapist and family will devise a plan to assist a child in reaching his full physical potential.


How to Enroll in Therapy

1.  Contact us to schedule a time and date for your evaluation


If you have not had an evaluation within the last 12 months, a full evaluation will be completed.  This may include standardized testing and will last at least 45 minutes.  You will be provided with a written report of the evaluation findings. 


2.  Click here to download Therapy Enrollment Packet.  Complete forms before your scheduled appointment.


Please bring necessary completed paperwork to your first visit including:

  • Therapy Enrollment Packet if not returned to us electronically

  • Prescription for Physical Therapy, Speech Therapy and/or Occupational Therapy Evaluation and Treatment from your child’s primary care physician with ICD-10 code, treatment diagnosis, and frequency of visits

  • Most recent PT evaluation (if completed within 12 months), treatment notes, or previous therapy home programs and recommendations

  • Photocopy of front and back of patient insurance card(s)


3.  Meet with therapist for your scheduled appointment.


Based on the results of the evaluation and a discussion with you about your child’s concerns, a treatment plan will be developed.  Treatment sessions will be scheduled 1-2 times weekly lasting from 45 minutes to 1 hour depending on your child’s tolerance, schedule, and needs.  Throughout the course of therapy, you will be provided with daily treatment outcome updates, monthly progress reports, and home program instructions.