Specialized Instruction –
What is Specialized Instruction – Nutrition?
A Registered Dietician (RD) or Registered Nurse (RN) will complete a comprehensive nutritional assessment and develop a plan to meet a child’s nutritional needs. They may also look at how nutrition plays a role in their child’s development. The Nutrition Therapist provides support to the family so they can help their child participate in all the activities and routines of daily life
STARS has a dedicated team of therapists that are committed to providing your child and family with quality early intervention services. STARS’ therapists are state licensed and/or hold a Bachelor, Master, or Doctorate degree in their area of expertise. Continuing education is essential and all therapists are required to complete at least 24 hours of training each year. At STARS, we recognize that parents and caregivers know their children better than anyone, and are committed to making family/caregivers an integral part of treatment sessions.
Physical Therapy can support families in promoting their child’s development, learning, and participation in family and community life.
Occupational Therapy can enhance a family’s capacity to care for their child and promote his or her development.
Speech Therapy can assist families in helping their child participate in all activities and routines of daily life.
A teacher of the visually impaired works with children who have visual loss or a brain based Cortical Visual Impairment (CVI).
Behavioral support provides families, caregivers, and others with positive strategies to help with social-emotional and/or communication skills.