Occupational Therapy

A child's occupation includes playing, learning, and performing daily living tasks, like eating and dressing. We believe in using play and movement in sensory-rich environments to facilitate a child's success in these areas in a fun and enjoyable way.

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“Enhancing communication & life-skills to help children connect with their community”

STG welcomes most major insurance plans including Medicaid

Our office staff is more than happy to call and check insurance benefits to see if speech-language and occupational therapy services are covered benefits prior to scheduling an appointment. The office staff will inquire about current deductible information and estimated copayment amounts. If prior authorization is required, STG will submit the request(s) for the family!


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Shawna Ross, M.S., CCC-SLP, Director/Owner

is a certified member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA). She has completed training in the Lindamood Phoneme Sequencing (LiPS) Program for Reading, Spelling, and Speech. When targeting reading/spelling, she incorporates principles from all areas of literacy (reading fluency, sight words, decoding, reading comprehension, and writing. Additionally, Shawna has training in Social Thinking Curriculum and the Incredible Flexible You Program to improve social skills.