Brave Wings Therapy
Naomi Sutton and Jennifer Moore

Office Tour

Take a look around our office

Waiting Room

This is where our families can relax as their child receives his/her services. For siblings, we have Disney DVDs playing as well as a coloring station, and comfortable leather chairs for parents. Our open floor plan also allows for you to stay connected with our reception desk personnel. 

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Sensory Motor Gym

Our gym area is where children receive occupational therapy services, as well as sensory integrated speech therapy sessions. We have colorful equipment ranging from monkey bars, a slide, swings (hammock, platform, teardrop), yoga balls, balance beams, crash pads, river stones, and much more! This room targets many different skills including (but not limited to) gross motor, fine motor, strengthening, balance, and coordination. 

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The Glow Room

This room serves multiple purposes. It serves as a calming room for children with sensory regulation needs and targets visual perceptual skills. The walls are a chalk board surface which allows children to practice drawing and writing on a vertical surface. The room also has a vertical glow-in-the-dark lego board to practice fine motor skills, as well as a giant glowing bubble machine which serves as a therapeutic tool. 

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Speech Therapy Rooms

We have four therapy rooms which include tabletop activities as well as floor space for floor time and play. Our therapy rooms are carpeted to provide a non-medical feel to the therapy sessions. Rooms are set up like a play room with a plethora of games and toys to serve as motivation and fun for the child during their time with the therapists.

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Kitchen

We have a full sized kitchen which includes various equipment to aid learners in becoming independent by working on areas such as activities of daily living (cooking, cleaning, washing dishes, washing hands, brushing teeth), as well as feeding therapy. Our kitchen allows for children to make their own food, cook it, and then set up our full sized table for their meal. This helps facilitate carry over to the home environment as well as providing a positive experience with food exploration. 

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