Children's Therapy Services

Offering Pediatric Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy in New Jersey Since 1986

Our School-based Therapy Services department is part of Trinitas Health Care Corporation, a non-profit subsidiary of Trinitas Regional Medical Center. Children's Therapy Services provides educationally based services for schools throughout New Jersey. Since 2002, the practice expanded to include medically based services in a fully equipped pediatric clinic. These services were added to provide a more comprehensive approach to assist children with special needs in reaching their optimal capabilities.

Our experienced staff is registered and licensed by the State of New Jersey. We provide services for children with a variety of medical diagnoses from birth to 21 years of age. Our services include evaluations, direct intervention, consulting services, and fun therapeutic programs throughout the year.

Services We Offer

Trinitas Children's Therapy Services provides a wide variety of specialized assessments and treatment techniques. Programs are individualized for each child, and our professional, experienced staff can assist you with evaluating and determining the most appropriate services for your child.

A few of our services include:

  • Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT)
  • Therapies for Sensory Processing Difficulties
  • Therapeutic Listening®
  • The Listening Program®
  • Handwriting Clinics
  • Fitness Programs
  • Interactive Metronome®
  • Brainware Safari®
  • The Zones of Regulation®
  • The Alert Program®

Speech Therapy Room

What Is Speech Therapy?

Speech therapy helps a person improve their ability to communicate, eat, drink, and swallow.

Speech therapy evaluates and provides intervention and skill-building in areas such as:

  • Speech/articulation
  • Language
  • Oral-motor
  • Cognitive or thinking
  • Social
  • Mealtime

Gross Motor Room

What Is Physical Therapy?

Physical therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as gross motor functioning, body coordination, mobility in the home and community, and many other areas. Some children require adaptive equipment needs and adaptive play and undergo safety and prevention training. The primary purpose of physical therapy is to promote optimal human health and function. The physical therapist uses scientific principles to prevent, identify, assess, correct, or alleviate acute or prolonged movement dysfunction.

Physical therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as:

  • Gross motor functioning
  • Body coordination
  • Mobility in the home and community
  • Adaptive equipment needs
  • Adolescent sports injuries
  • Pediatric orthopedics

Fine Motor Room

What Is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapists help individuals with purposeful, goal-directed interventions in assessing and treating persons with developmental and/or acquired disabilities. Occupational therapy helps participants become functionally independent with their daily routine. For children, these “occupations” include self-care, play and leisure skills, social participation, school, work, and volunteer services.

Occupational therapy evaluates and provides intervention in areas such as:

  • Small object manipulation
  • Handwriting
  • Sensory integration
  • Perceptual skills
  • Oral-motor skills
  • Activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, and toileting
  • Instrumental activities of daily living such as using the telephone, accessing transportation, and so on

The occupational therapist can help children achieve meaningful goals by enhancing growth and development, promoting inclusive environments, strengthening child-family bonds, increasing family engagement and participation in daily routines, improving academic skills, and building play and leisure skills.


The staff of therapy services offers a variety of informative and useful workshops and seminars for parents on topics such as:

  • Childhood development
  • Handwriting
  • Therapeutic home activities
  • Sensory integration
  • And more

Insurance Coverage

Please contact us to inquire about affiliated insurance carriers.

For more information, or to arrange a visit, please call 973-218-6394.
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Trinitas Children's Therapy Services
899 Mountain Ave
Suite 1-A
Springfield, NJ 07081

Phone: (973) 218-6394 - Fax: (973) 218-6351