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Our feeding and swallowing therapies provide effective evaluation and treatment locally for children with feeding, oral motor, chewing or other related disorders

Speech pathologists are trained in a wide range of disorders from simple sound errors to rare syndromes and head injuries.  Occupational therapists address varied issues including fine motor control for everyday tasks such as handwriting skills as well as specific sensory integration disorders and visual impairment.

Physical therapy focuses on improving a child’s ability to participate in daily activities by addressing physical challenges. Physical therapy services address gross motor development, coordination, play skills, orthopedic and neurological development, and sensory function.

We serve infants and children up to age 22 with complex medical conditions, physical disabilities, delayed feeding skills, developmental and
behavioral issues around feeding/chewing and swallowing such as:

• Articulation and phonological impairments

• Autism/autism spectrum disorder
• Cardiac/respiratory problems

• Cerebral palsy

• Cleft palate


• Failure to thrive/poor growth

• Fluency

• Language impairments

• Oral aversion (sensory)

• Poor head/trunk control

• Sucking and chewing difficulties

• Tube feeding usage

5308 Stewart Street • Milton, FL 
(850) 983-5315 • Fax: (850) 626-3052

Program Hours:
Monday - Friday
6:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

4901 W. Fairfield Dr. • Pensacola, FL 32506

(850) 458-7735 • Fax: (850) 455-7322

Program Hours:


8:00 a.m.-5 p.m.

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