Teletherapy: In response to Covid-19, we are offering online OT, PT, and ST sessions. Contact your therapist to schedule your next appointment.
Who We Are
Milestone Therapy provides in-home pediatric Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy.
Milestone Therapy’s staff is comprised of highly trained therapists that not only understand the unique needs of children, but are truly passionate about improving the lives of children. We strive to help all our clients reach their goals and graduate from therapy both physically and mentally stronger.
Milestone Therapy provides pediatric Occupational, Physical, and Speech Therapy to children ages birth to 21 years of age. Our therapists travel to our client’s homes, preschools, and daycare centers. We believe that working in a child’s natural environment can lead to great success. Not only are the children more comfortable in familiar spaces, but this also allows us to provide therapy where parent’s biggest concerns lie. Whether that be at home, school, daycare, or anywhere else. (Please note that all our therapists must pass an extensive background check before joining our team.)
With over 60 therapists on staff, we cover all of Charlotte and it’s surrounding counties including York and Lancaster, SC. Milestone accepts all insurance including Medicaid and offers in-network rates with Blue Cross Blue Shield.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists use their expertise to help children achieve success during play, learning, motor skill development, self care and socialization in their home, school, and community environments. They specifically focus on fine motor development, strength, balance, visual motor (eye- hand coordination) skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory regulation and physical access to their natural environment.
Pediatric Physical Therapists use their vast array of knowledge to work on improving gross motor skills, crawling, walking, overall mobility, balance, coordination, strength, endurance and overall access to their natural environment.
Pediatric Speech-language pathologists work with children who display a wide range of issues such as Autism, feeding disorders, swallowing concerns, developmental delays and overall communication with regards to articulation and receptive/ expressive language to name just a few.
Sensory Integration refers to the neurological process of receiving, organizing, and responding to input from the sensory systems: Auditory, Visual, Gustatory (Taste), Tactile (Touch), Vestibular (Balance & Movement), Proprioceptive (Muscle & Joint sense).
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In this video Kristen, one of our amazing Speech-Language Pathologists, explains what you can do indoors to keep your child engaged, off their tablets and help to improve their speech and language skills. These games are fun and easy to do right at home.Read More