A child's need for therapy and intervention might not end at age 3. Your transition plan from Early Intervention can include ongoing services from our KidsClinic private therapy program. You will find the same level of expertise, evidence-based therapy and caring staff that you experienced in Early Intervention.
And if this is your first contact with Kindering, know that we can help. Some children need specialized support to reach their full potential or to keep developmental pace with their peers. Therapy at KidsClinic will enhance your child's ability, foster independence, and help your child become more engaged at home and in the community.
Services are delivered in a supportive, encouraging environment where children have fun while they grow and learn. We offer consistent, high-quality therapy from a staff of professionals who have extensive therapy experience with young children. Currently we offer comprehensive evaluations and customized therapy in the following areas:
Private therapy services are available for children ages birth through six years old, excluding children enrolled in Kindering's Early Intervention program.
Kindering is a preferred provider with most insurance plans. We also accept private payment.
Please contact KidsClinic Coordinator, Andriana Haugh, at or to email click .
The goal of Wings is to help children strengthen a variety of social skills, such as: recognizing their own feelings and the feelings of others, being part of a group, observing others, and making and keeping friends. This is accomplished through structured lessons and the use of less-structured activities similar to what children encounter in the community (on the playground, park, or at a birthday party or other social setting).
We build children's confidence and sense of social competence by supporting their ideas and interactions while engaging in typical childhood games. During these activities children learn the art of:
Wings is designed for children ages 5-8 years. Each group is comprised of 3-4 children. Children are assessed using the Social Skills Improvement Scale and are grouped based on ability and skills.
Wings is led by a Speech-Language Pathologist experienced in working with children with social-communication challenges, including children with Autism Spectrum Disorder. Wings is further supported by a teaching assistant.
This program is currently unavailable.
Please contact Andriana at or to email click .