We believe that all children are super heroes!
Through occupational and physical therapy, our goal is for them to see that too.
We provide highly skilled physical and occupational therapy services for children 2 months to 18 years old throughout the Charlotte Area.
We specialize in treating developmental delays, as well as, sensory integration and attention issues. These delays can be due to an un diagnosed cause or due to diagnosis's including, but not limited to; cerebral palsy, Down's Syndrome, muscle dystrophy, ASD, ADHD, sensory processing disorder, and genetic abnormalities.
What makes us different?
Convenience: We see your child where it is convenient for you and relevant for your child; in your home, at their school/daycare, or in the community
Communication: Following each session you will hear from your's child's therapist regarding what they did, their progress, and things to work on at home
Transparency: Prior to evaluating your child, we will let you know what your insurance coverage is and what you can expect to be responsible for; so you are not blind sided with bills.
Collaboration: We will work with your child's teachers and other therapists/providers to provide modifications in order to give you child an optimal learning experience
How can we help you?
At Little Feet Therapy we believe that early intervention is the best defense against future impairments.
When watching your child play with other children, you feel like your child has a hard time keeping up.
Are they falling behind?
Download our motor milestone checklist. You will be able to match up your child's skills to their age level and if you have any concerns please give us a call. We are here to help!
Your child was recently given a diagnosis or were told that they have developmental delays
We know this can be an overwhelming and sometimes scary time. We are here to help! We offer complimentary phone consultations and are happy to help get you scheduled for an evaluation or answer any questions or concerns that you have.
You notice your child is having tantrums that are more intense and more frequent than their peers.
Could this be a sensory issue?
We are happy to answer any questions you have and would love to speak with you about the concerns you have regarding your child's behavior.
What our parents are saying about us:
"I love the therapists at LFPT! My son is currently in Occupational Therapy with Carrie during school hours and he loves their sessions! His motor skills are improving, he’s focusing more and he loves doing “homework” that includes anything from frog hops 🐸 to crab walks 🦀 ! I think the best part about it is they make it FUN for the kids, and as a parent I appreciate that ❤️" - Jennifer D.