Langston Pediatric Therapy

sensory integration

When a child is unable to take in and integrate sensory information, they can exhibit inappropriate behavior, have problems with growth and development, and have their ability to learn hindered. Through play, social engagement, and intrinsic motivation, we help children improve their daily living skills and quality of life. More »

handwriting without tears®

This MUST HAVE program is designed to improve fine motor, visual perception, and eye-hand coordination skills which impact your child's handwriting abilities. Handwriting Without Tears uses an easy to follow, multi-sensory approach to learning letter formation and handwriting mechanics as well as speed, neatness, and legibility. More »

therapeutic listening©

An expansion of Sensory Intergrative, Therapeutic Listening is an auditory intervention that uses the organized sound patterns inherent in music to impact... More »

interactive metronome

IM is an assessment and treatment tool used in therapy to improve the neurological processes of motor planning, sequencing and processing. It provides a structured goal-oriented process that challenges your child to sychronize the range of hand-foot exercises to computer-generated reference tones through the headphones. More »