We are open for business both face to face and Telehealth.
The waiting room is closed until further notice to protect the safety of our staff, families and clients.
Families call the office from their car, the therapist meets them outside to get their child and return their child.
If the family is scheduled for an evaluation only ONE parent is allowed and no other children can attend. 

If you been exposed to COVID we ask that you call the office and cancel your appointments.
If your child has to cancel multiple times there is no guarantee that your standing appointment can be saved upon your return. 

 

Creve Coeur, MO 314.567.4707
St. Peters, MO 636.922.4700
Paducah, KY 270.443.5712
Murray, KY 270.767.6397

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Early intervention can greatly improve the developmental outcomes of a child with developmental delays, special needs, or other concerns. It helps by providing children with the training they need to build on his or her strengths, learn new skills, and/or improve or develop new strategies to conquer one’s weakness. It also provides parents with the information they need to be able to better understand his or her child’s behaviors and/or needs. Parents are offered resources, support, and training throughout therapy sessions in order to develop strategies that are effective for each individual child.

A child’s earliest years are filled with new experiences and constant learning situations. The first three years of a child’s life are also the most important time for one’s brain development. This can be an extremely difficult time for a child whom may be delayed or limited in their development. By receiving therapy sooner in a child’s life rather than later, children have a better opportunity to succeed later in life.

-Jessica Bayens, MOT, OTR/L