Improving functional skills through the medium of water.

Aquatic Therapy

Aquatic therapy is a generic term used to describe interventions performed by physical therapists, occupational therapists, or speech therapists in the medium of water. These interventions do not teach a person to swim but instead are used to help a consumer achieve their functional goals.

Some therapists choose to learn and utilize aquatic therapy interventions, some do not. Some individual’s goals are appropriate to work on using aquatic therapy while other goals are best achieved with other interventions.

Our therapists embrace a transdisciplinary approach and communicate with other members of a treatment team to support the whole individual and best outcomes. Families are always welcome and encouraged to attend therapy sessions, are provided a home program to assist with skill acquisition across environments, and are provided quarterly reports from the therapist to keep them informed of progress.

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