A full range of pediatric therapy services

We serve children with delays in areas which are treated by occupational, speech and physical therapy. These areas of concern are in fine motor and gross motor coordination, self care skills, sensory processing, learning and cognitive delays, speech and language delays, social skill development and a variety of physical concerns related to strength and motor planning difficulties.

Our therapists offer individualized and comprehensive evaluations for children ages 0–21.

Testing is standardized (interviews and observations are also used collaborating with the team of professionals) and therapy programs are designed to enable each child to discover their abilities and full potential.

We also work in line with pediatricians, psychologists, social workers, and other professional specialists to give children the best assistance possible to overcome their challenges.

As a result of our well-established networks within the families, medical and school sectors and as providers of the state of Florida Medicaid programs, we are able to help with best practice care across all the aspects of a special needs child’s development.

We provide occupational therapists, physiotherapistsspeech therapists and special educators to patients at school or home, as well as support for their families, educators and caregivers.

 

AC&A has a well-trained and experienced team to assist children with a variety of developmental issues or conditions including:

• Autism/Asperger’s Syndrome
• Developmental Delays
• Dyslexia & Learning Difficulties
• Attention Deficit Disorder
• Motor Skill Delays
• Traumatic Brain Injury
• Prematurity or Birth Trauma
• Down Syndrome
• A variety of neurodevelopmental/
chromosomal conditions

AC&A offers now online services for your convenience

AC&A’s video consultation services are perfect for children that find difficulty to see a specialist in person. Designed with the client and health care provider in mind, our system is made simple for users to gather clinical information needed in the most efficient manner, using multi-way video consulting capability for health specialists and families to connect from varying locations.

videoconference
Live Video Consultation with a Therapist
  • Symptom checking
  • Therapeutic advice
  • Rehabilitation therapies
  • Treatment options
discussion
Kids in Florida Can Get Teletherapy Plans Now
  • Individual Sessions
  • Light Plans (1x /week)
  • Regular Plans (2x /week)
  • Intensive Plans (3x /week)

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Live Video
Consultation

Assessments, guidance, second opinion, and treatment options. Our Therapists can guide you in the right direction from the comfort of your own home.

Florida
Teletherapy Plans

Now kids in Florida can get Teletherapy sessions provided online at the place and time that suits you, as much effective as face-to-face therapy sessions.

K-Shield
Screening

A thorough online screening for early detection of developmental delays and learning difficulties targeting preschool readiness in children ages 3-5.

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