The Floortime Center

Individualized Programs

Individualized Programs

The Floortime Center® Individualized Programs

Floortime is most effective when done consistently and intensively. This means that it needs to be done at home, daily by each parent, and in a therapeutic setting. The more that can be done at home, then less can be done at a therapy office. However, if you can’t do much at home, then more needs to be done outside the home. In one research study at York University 20 hours per week led to incresased activation in parts of the brain related to social-emotional functioning
Additional services can be added to any of the options. 

Our Core Programs

The Minimum

The Comprehensive

THERASCHOOL™

Individualized Intensive

Speech and Language Pathology

Does your child have difficulty with Fluency, such as stuttering, or Articulation?

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy provides services that foster relationships between the child, and their families

Floortime

Children with developmental challenges benefit from intensive periods of Floortime-based services

Visuo-Cognitive Therapy

These are some of the challenges parents report that are associated with Visual Processing challenges.

Parent Coaching

Simple techniques can be used in everyday situations to help children calm themselves, communicate more,

Possible Social Opportunities

Education is seen as a vitally important tool for developing communities

Speech and Language Pathology

Occupational Therapy

Floortime

Visuo-Cognitive Therapy

Parent Coaching

Possible Social Opportunities

Individualized Intensive

BEST PORGraMs

Healthy development involves many areas of functioning, including intellectual and cognitive functioning, language functioning, social and emotional capacities, sensory and motor abilities, and environmental patterns. To promote healthy functioning, early identification and preventive intervention efforts must deal with all these areas of functioning in an integrated manner (including understanding relationships between them) (Greenspan & Shanker, 2004)

The Floortime Center® Individualized Programs

Floortime is most effective when done consistently and intensively. This means that it needs to be done at home, daily by each parent, and in a therapeutic setting.  The more that can be done at home, then less can be done at a therapy office.  However, if you can’t do much at home, then more needs to be done outside the home.  In one research study at York University 20 hours per week led to incresased activation in parts of the brain related to social-emotional functioning.  Additional services can be added to any of the options.

Option 1: The Minimum

  • Four consecutive weeks of 1 x 30-minute coaching with Jake or Tim (package rate of $450)
  • 1 weekly floortime-based Occupational Therapy session or Speech and Language Pathology session.

Option 2: The Comprehensive

  • FREE weekly video submissions and audio feedback from Jake or Tim for the first 2 weeks.
  • 1 bi-weekly 30 minute coaching session with Jake or Tim
  • 4 total weekly floortime-based Speech and Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy sessions.

Option 3: THERASCHOOL™/ THERACAMP™

  • FREE weekly video submission and audio feedback from Jake or Tim for the first 2 weeks.
  • FREE bi-weekly conference calls
  • 4 days a week/ 3 hours per day social and pre-academic program
    • Including 4 total weekly (1 each day) floortime-based Speech and Language Pathology and Occupational Therapy sessions, pre-academic activities, and social opportunities.

Option 4: Individualized Intensive- 2 or more weeks, 2 or more hours a day, combinations of…  

  • Speech and Language Pathology
  • Occupational Therapy
  • Floortime
  • Visuo-Cognitive Therapy
  • Parent Coaching
  • Possible Social Opportunities

Healthy development involves many areas of functioning, including intellectual and cognitive functioning, language functioning, social and emotional capacities, sensory and motor abilities, and environmental patterns. To promote healthy functioning, early identification and preventive intervention efforts must deal with all these areas of functioning in an integrated manner (including understanding relationships between them) (Greenspan & Shanker, 2004)