SPEECH,
PHYSICAL,
& OCCUPATIONAL
THERAPY

Resolve physical and emotional issues and improve your child’s mental health and sense of well-being, all in a supportive, stimulating and safe space.

Therapy Services

Speech Therapy

Speech therapy will be recommended by your pediatrician if your child babbles, has trouble putting sentences together, stutters or has trouble with sensory processing. Speech and language disorders are often common in children with autism, down syndrome, cleft-palate, sensory dysfunction, verbal apraxia, head injury, and many other syndromes.

Pediatric speech therapy treats communication challenges, both expressive and receptive, that cause children to have difficulty with verbal communication. Speech therapy also treats oral motor concerns, such as chewing and swallowing, as well as articulation, auditory processing and social skills.

Disorders of speech are characterized by difficulty in producing speech sounds correctly, omitting or distorting sounds, or difficulty with producing a few sounds with no pattern.

 

Physical Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapists assist children in developing and improving their mobility so that they can safely participate in activities at home, in school, on the playground, and in their community.

We help children:

  • Gain the strength, endurance and flexibility.
  • Develop skills necessary to sit, crawl, walk, run and play independently.
  • Effectively use mobility aids such as wheelchairs, walkers, and orthotics.
  • Having difficulty maintaining balance during motor activities including climbing stairs, running, jumping or skipping.

Occupational Therapy

The word, “Occupation,” means, “that which occupies most of one’s time,” or, “the activities done for the majority of one’s day that give one’s life meaning. “The occupation of a child is his or her play and activities of daily living; the acquisition of both being necessary to help a child to develop the skills necessary to live an independent and fulfilling life as an adult.

Our Pediatric Occupational Therapists facilitate the acquisition of self-help, play, and learning skills for infants and children by improving their motor, sensory, behavioral and cognitive skills. Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children who:

  • Have trouble with the performance of self-care activities including: brushing teeth, combing hair, buttoning a shirt, tying shoes, using utensils such as a spoon or fork, etc.
  • Have difficulty with fine motor activities such as handwriting or using scissors.
  • Have difficulty with oral motor skills such as sucking from a bottle, chewing food, or using the tongue to move food to the back of the mouth to swallow it.
  • Have trouble initiating or completing tasks such as doing a puzzle or finishing home work.
  • Experience problems in school with visual motor or visual perceptual activities such as copying from the board or completing assignments accurately.
  • Exhibit an aversion to sensory input demonstrated by not wanting to participate in messy activities, not wanting to be hugged or touched, becoming very upset by loud noises, etc.
  • Have difficulty with cognitive tasks such as following instructions, problem solving and organization.
  • Have difficulty in social situations including interacting and playing appropriately with other children.

About Us

SPOT 4 TOTS provides fun and functional Speech, Physical and Occupational Therapies to the children of Las Vegas.

We offer the children and families of Las Vegas the highest quality of therapy by creating a fun therapeutic learning environment that your child will want to attend. At SPOT 4 TOTS, we believe a child’s life should be fun, and we intend to keep it that way! 

SPOT 4 TOTS  provides services for children with developmental delays, decreased mobility, gait deviations, coordination dexterity, strength and/or range of motion deficits, and musculoskeletal pain. We help children and teens recover from temporary problems, such as sports injuries. We also work with patients who have long-lasting conditions, including those that affect gross motor skills such as walking, running and playing. We develop an individual plan of care made just for your child or teen, and coordinate the care among all of the providers your child sees.

Children’s physical and occupational therapists know the profound joy of helping children and their families achieve greater happiness under challenging circumstances.

Our clinic has a super fun gym with trampolines, slides, imaginative play areas, and rock climbing walls. We believe that if children are happy and excited about therapy, they have the potential to make much faster progress! Every child responds best to a unique, carefully crafted treatment plan which the therapist creates that is client-focused. Pediatric therapists also teach children and their families and safety and home exercises since improving performance often requires daily practice.

Insurances

Spot 4 Tots is contracted with:
Medicare,
Nevada Medicaid including Health Plan of Nevada,
Medicaid,
Anthem BCBS plus various commercial and workers' compensation insurance carriers.

As each insurance provider is different, so are co-payments, deductibles and certain physical therapy benefits. In order to provide a smooth experience for our patients, insurance benefits and eligibility are verified prior to service, and insurance is billed as a courtesy. Please contact our office for your specific benefit information. We are committed to serving the needs of our patients as a “whole” and are willing to assist you with any questions or concerns regarding your healthcare needs.

A medical prescription from a doctor is required for patients with Medicare coverage.

For those who are not covered by a medical insurance carrier, cash pay fee schedules are available. The cost of a physical therapy initial evaluation, consultation and treatment provided by a licensed physical therapist as well as further treatment fees are determined based on type of patient services rendered.