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Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy

Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy located in Charlotte, NC
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About Us

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides patient-focused occupational therapy and speech therapy for children ranging in age from infancy up to 12 years old. Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy offers a welcoming and comfortable environment for children to develop the essential skills they need to thrive and lead a fulfilling, independent life.

The team at Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy begins with comprehensive assessments of each child’s sensory-motor and speech abilities. Once they understand how the child’s potential to achieve their daily functions is impaired, they create a customized, holistic treatment plan that helps a child develop the skills needed to thrive, including fine and gross motor skills, handwriting, and visual perceptual skills. They also help children develop social and emotional skills, communication, and attention and patience to learn new skills.

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy operates with five core values: passion, honesty, quality, holistic care, results. All of the therapists at Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy have extensive training and experience, as well as a passion for helping children and their families lead fulfilling lives.

Their goal is to enable your child to participate in and enjoy all aspects of play, as well as independent productivity. They can help your child master daily tasks such as dressing, eating, playing, and succeeding at school.

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy treats every child with care, dignity, and respect. Call Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy or contacting us online.

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Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy in Charlotte, North Carolina, provides patient-focused occupational therapy and speech therapy for children ranging in age from infancy up to 12 years old. Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy offers a welcoming and comfortable environment for children to develop the essential skills they need to thrive and lead a fulfilling, independent life.

The team at Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy begins with comprehensive assessments of each child’s sensory-motor and speech abilities. Once they understand how the child’s potential to achieve their daily functions is impaired, they create a customized, holistic treatment plan that helps a child develop the skills needed to thrive, including fine and gross motor skills, handwriting, and visual perceptual skills. They also help children develop social and emotional skills, communication, and attention and patience to learn new skills.

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy operates with five core values: passion, honesty, quality, holistic care, results. All of the therapists at Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy have extensive training and experience, as well as a passion for helping children and their families lead fulfilling lives.

Their goal is to enable your child to participate in and enjoy all aspects of play, as well as independent productivity. They can help your child master daily tasks such as dressing, eating, playing, and succeeding at school.

Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy treats every child with care, dignity, and respect. Call Little Wonders Pediatric Therapy or contacting us online.


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Testimonials

Words from our patients

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    "Little Wonders transformed my son and my family. I had no idea that children can be taught coping strategies so well, at such a young age for severe sensory problems."

    Beth W.
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    "My son greatly benefited from the therapy he received from LW. Our therapist was very knowledgeable and gave me very beneficial ideas for me to introduce at home."

    Tonia B.
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    "She was supportive of my efforts towards my goal of fully breastfeeding my son. I am thankful that I was able to meet her as a client."

    Rachael L.
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