Boerne Occupational & Speech-Language Therapy Services For Children Announced

Photo of author

Connections Therapy has announced a series of specialized therapies for children with special needs in Boerne and the surrounding areas.

Connections Therapy is introducing speech-language, occupational, and physical therapy programs to children with special needs in Boerne, Leon Springs, Fair Oaks Ranch, and the surrounding areas. The company also offers teletherapy for families who prefer remote therapy.

Interested parties can learn more at

With the latest move, Connections Therapy highlights the oft-overlooked needs of children with disabilities and how a lack of treatment can affect their quality of life. It stressed the need to help children develop basic skills such as fine motor skills, as the lack of them would make it difficult to complete simple tasks such as writing, tying shoelaces, or zipping jackets.

Connections Therapy’s extensive treatments help children with fine motor skills, articulation problems, sensory processing disorders, expressive-receptive language, social-emotional learning, dyslexia, and more. They also provide physical therapy for children recovering from an injury or surgery. Following an in-depth evaluation of a child, licensed therapists will give them comprehensive, one-on-one care, a stress-free environment, and motivating games and activities.

One of the services offered at Connections Therapy is speech-language therapy. Provided by a speech-language pathologist, this type of therapy can help a struggling child produce specific sounds and aid them with language, fluency, and communication. Speech therapy may focus on aphasia, dyslexia, oral-motor dysfunction, and other issues.

Connections Therapy also offers occupational therapy programs for children who have physical, sensory, or intellectual disabilities. These programs can help children improve social skills, self-regulation, and motor skills, and also focus on poor attention span, handwriting, or tactile sensory processing differences.

More information can be found at

With its latest announcement, Connections Therapy reaffirms its commitment to providing speech, occupational, and physical therapy to children with special needs in its local community. The business is a member of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, the American Occupational Therapy Association, and the American Physical Therapy Association.

“Connections’ therapists feel that it is important to work with children holistically to ensure we are providing the best therapy outcomes possible,” says Amanda Schram, co-founder of Connections Therapy. “This means that we will provide detailed evaluations and intervention plans to address each child’s unique needs.”

Interested parties can learn more by visiting