Appalachian Pediatric Therapy is a private practice that has proudly served thousands of children with speech, language and development needs since 1998. We are located in Western NC and are dedicated to providing the highest quality services available anywhere. We offer speech, language, and occupational therapy, as well as Community Based Rehabilitative Services. We hope to add Physical Therapy soon! Whether you are a parent searching for a therapist or a therapist looking for a great place to work, we welcome you to explore and discover all that Appalachian Pediatric Therapy can offer you and your loved ones.

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    Occupational Therapy

    Appalachian Pediatric Therapy offers occupational therapy services, primarily serving Western North Carolina. We provide early intervention services as well as pre-k through school age services in numerous settings both virtually and in person.

    Speech Therapy

    Speech Therapy is the assessment and treatment of communication disorders. Speech Language Pathologists serve numerous roles. SLPs complete evaluations, provide intervention and supervise SLP-Assistants. SLP-Assistants provide interventions at the discretion of the supervising SLP. Speech therapy may help with conversational skills, producing sounds, receptive language (what we understand), fluency and voice. Appalachian Pediatric Therapy has Speech Language Pathologists and SLP-Assistants ready to serve you and your family!

    Community-Based Rehabilitative Services

    Community Based Rehabilitative Services (CBRS) is developmental intervention uniquely designed to help enhance cognitive, physical, behavioral, self help, social-emotional, and language skills. This rehabilitative therapy for infants and toddlers is “play with a purpose.” CBRS is one service available to support children and families from birth to age three who have been determined eligible by the Children’s Developmental Services Agency (CDSA) for the North Carolina Infant Toddler Program. CBRS takes place in homes and daycares, and works on goals written in an IFSP (Individualized Family Service Plan) that is created by the staff at the CDSA along with the parents. CBRS is a family based service and helps families learn different ways to play and interact with their children on a daily basis.