How We Can Help
Bloom and Grow offers in-office OT services, community-based (in our amazing little town of Kennett Square), and Telehealth sessions. Bloom and Grow also services schools looking for specialized OT evaluations and services.
We work with clients from infancy through adulthood on a wide range of skills. Please contact us for more information regarding your areas of need.
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) Processing of visual, auditory, tactile, taste, smell, proprioception, vestibular, and interoception
DIRFloortime is an intervention that is used to promote an individual's development through a playful, respectful, joyful, and engaging process.
Activities of Daily Living
Handwriting- Size Matters and Learning Without Tears
Therapeutic Listening- A sound based intervention that is embedded in a sensory integration perspective.
Interactive Metronome (IM)- Improve neural timing and decrease neural timing variability that impacts speech, language, cognitive, motor, and academic performance. IM is an evidenced based program that builds more efficient and synchronized connections between neural networks. Participating in IM increases the brain’s efficiency, performance, and ability to benefit more from other rehabilitation and academic interventions. Repetition is required in order to make lasting, functional changes in the brain.
Strengths Based - A strengths based practice has its roots in self-determination theory, including a) autonomy, being able to freely choose things in your life and not being controlled, b) competence, doing things you initiate and that make you stretch, and c) relatedness, choosing your relationships with others (Ryan & Deci, 2000).
Telehealth and family coaching
Integrated Listening Systems- Safe and Sound Protocol (SSP) developed by Dr. Stephen Porges is a five-day auditory intervention designed to reduce stress and auditory sensitivity while enhancing social engagement and resilience. Based on Dr. Porges' Polyvagal Theory, the program is derived from 4 decades of peer reviewed research on the relationship between the autonomic nervous system and social-emotional processes.