Outpatient Pediatric Therapy in Colorado
When you become part of the Hopebridge community in Colorado, your child becomes our beacon. Our play-based, child-led services like speech therapy and occupational therapy are tailored to meet your child where they are and support their individual needs. As a national leader in comprehensive, compassionate care, Hopebridge’s speech pathologists and occupational therapists aim to help children live their best lives by building off their skillsets and discovering opportunities for them to develop even more.
With multiple therapy centers in Colorado, Hopebridge provides access to high-quality services in an environment that facilitates both learning and fun. In-home therapy is also available for children who would benefit from the comfort and convenience a home setting provides. Pediatricians and caregivers in Colorado trust Hopebridge for expertise in providing specialized evaluations and early intervention for neurological, genetic, sensory-processing and feeding disorders, language delays and more in children younger than 10 years of age.
By using – and advancing – the industry’s best technology and infrastructure, and empowering quality of care and family involvement, Hopebridge work towards successful clinical outcomes for all of our children.
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Who Can Benefit From OT?
Occupational therapy leads kids towards independence in what they love to do most: play! A child’s learning is grounded in play, so Hopebridge’s licensed OTRs and COTAS use it to teach children the foundational skills they need to occupy their time as they grow.
Hopebridge clinicians can address:
- Fine motor and gross motor delays
- Perceptual and cognitive skills
- Sensory processing, such as sensitivities to clothing or noises
- Oral motor skills
- Feeding difficulties
- Poor coordination and muscle weakness
- Delays and concerns with self-care skills, such as dressing and brushing teeth
- Attention and regulation obstacles
- Daily routines and time management
- Organizational skills
- Social skills
Who Can Benefit From Speech Therapy?
Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) support children who have disorders that may inhibit their ability to communicate basic wants and needs. Some kids only need help with language whereas others struggle with the mechanics of speech. Still others may have challenges around feeding or socializing with peers. Our SLPs have the expertise and experience through the full scope of your child’s speech-related needs.
Hopebridge clinicians can assist children in building skills around challenges associated with:
- Autism spectrum disorder (ASD)
- Developmental delays
- Motor speech disorders, such as apraxia and dysarthria
- Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)
- Neuromotor disorders, such as cerebral palsy
- Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)
- Voice and resonance disorders
- Speech sound disorders and other challenges with stuttering and articulation
- Difficulty processing and/or expressing language
- Social communication
- Cognitive communication concepts
- Hearing impairments
- Dysphagia and swallowing difficulties
- Feeding challenges
How Quick Evaluations in Denver Led to Leaps in Development
Want to know the impact of early identification and early intervention? At 2 years old, Hopebridge child, Sawyer, saw gains in skills in just 3 months with help from our interdisciplinary therapy program.
From thriving in communication to decreasing challenges like elopement, this is the power of child-centric care:
Insurance Coverage for OT and Speech in Colorado
Hopebridge accepts most major insurance providers – both commercial and Medicaid – including:
- Cigna Behavioral Health
- Kaiser Permanente
- Medicaid Colorado – Health First
- UHC United Healthcare
- and more!
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Diagnosis & Evaluations
Early identification is the first step to effective intervention. In addition to therapy, Hopebridge provides diagnostic assessments, including OT and speech evaluations to get the answers your family needs to set the stage at a young age.
AAC Device Training
One of our main goals is to give each child a voice, which often includes the usage of pictures or technology. Our SLPs provide innovative expertise to assess and train children to use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices.
At Hopebridge, therapy doesn’t stop at the center doors. You know your child best, and it is imperative caregivers are involved to set goals and pursue new skills. Hopebridge offers training and support opportunities to help you bring these practices into the home and community.