Words in Motion: Sensory Motor Language Group


This fun filled program is a play based group that promotes social interaction of children between the ages of   18 months and 5 years old. Each themed session will address fine motor/gross motor skills, language skills, sensory, cognitive, and social emotional skills

Groups will include handouts with at home activity ideas each week.

We will learn through music, circle time, movement, and hands on activities. Groups will be run by a 

Speech Language Pathologist and Occupational Therapist.


6 Week Sessions/$300

March 5th -April 14th 

April 16th -May 25th 


Little Learners 

(18 months to 2 years)

Tuesdays 9:30-10:30

Sundays 9:30-10:30

Early Explorers

(2 years to 3 years)

Tuesdays 10:30-11:30

Sundays 10:30-11:30

Active Achievers

(3 years to 5 years)

AM Session: Thursdays 



PM Session: Thursdays



Sundays 11:30-12:30

Social Skills Groups

Social Skills Groups are designed to facilitate peer to peer interactions via every day activities.  Children learn to initiate and maintain friendships   through hands on tasks, such as cooking, crafts, gross motor activities,  and  community based outings.  This one of a kind group is led by both a  BCBA  (Board Certified Behavioral Analyst) and Speech Language  Pathologist. Therefore the group is able to address both behavioral challenges while targeting pragmatic and functional communication  skills. 

Group goals include:

  • Creating and maintaining friendships
  • Developing problem solving abilities during peer interaction    
  • Acquiring leisure skills, including cooperative and pretend play 
  • Establishing turn taking and joining peers in an activity 
  • Initiating conversation skills
  • Incorporating carryover strategies for families to generalize into their everyday lives

Feeding Groups

Feeding Groups are designed to help children  accept  new or undesired foods.  Led by a Speech Language Pathologist/Feeding Specialist, children learn to have positive experiences with food in a   nurturing group setting.   


Group goals include:

  • Learning mealtime routines
  • Decreasing defensiveness to touching, tasting and swallowing food
  • Increasing range of food the child will try
  • Improving oral motor and feeding skills to develop age appropriate feeding skills for adequate growth and nutrition
  • Establishing a program to continue the child's progress at home