Harmony Pediatric Therapy — Great Beginnings Bring Promising Futures

Fall 2013 Special Sessions

Now enrolling students for our fall Handwriting & Keyboarding and School Success Sessions! Download a flyer below!

Summer Skill Enrichment

Harmony Pediatric Therapy is now offering NEW Summer Skill Enrichment Sessions that target social skills, executive functions, visual-perceptual skills and self-regulation; handwriting and keyboarding; and strategies to assist children with improved focus and attention.

Highly focused and customized individual and small group formats are tailored to meet your child’s needs! Use the summer break to boost skill sets and prepare for the school year! Join with siblings and friends. Flexible scheduling options are available to meet your needs!

Available programs:

  • Happily We Get Along – addresses turn-taking, age appropriate play, appropriate peer interaction
  • Function Junction – addresses thought organization, problem solving, decision making, attention to details
  • Get Set to Focus – helps kids learn to “reset” themselves in play and learning environments
  • Eye Can See It – addresses visual motor and perceptual skills
  • Handwriting & Keyboarding
  • School Skills – prepares kids for the skill sets that will be introduced in the upcoming school year


Session dates and times scheduled to your availability. All openings offered on a first come, first served basis  Contact us for more information. A therapist will be happy to meet with you to develop your child’s customized plan.


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Articles of Interest: Winter 2012-13

Coordination and Motor Skill Development

Looking for fun activities that will help your child’s coordination and motor skill development over the winter months? Check out this article for some great suggestions on how to bring movement play indoors on the cold winter days. Read Article »

Touch Sensitivity

Children struggling with touch sensitivity, also referred to as tactile defensiveness, often find the winter months to be particularly challenging because of the extra layers and more restrictive clothing options they are faced with. One Mom who was looking for advice on how to help her daughter who deals with extreme tactile defensiveness, got some useful tips at sensory-processing-disorder.com

Sensory Processing Disorder – Toys and Activities

As pediatric occupational therapists, our office is stocked with lots of great toys, crafts and activities, which are the tools we use daily in assisting children with Sensory Processing Disorder. We liked the toy and activity recommendations included in these two articles. If you are looking for a holiday or birthday gift for a child with Sensory Processing Disorder, check out these articles for some great ideas. Gifts for Children with Sensory Processing Disorder: Paints to Trampolines and Gift ideas for kids with Sensory Processing Disorder