Children need the freedom and time to play. Play is not a luxury. Play is a necessity. ~ Kay Redfield Jamieson
Through play, your child will learn all the skills necessary to be a kid. At Body Language Therapy we strongly believe your child will benefit from all the “kid stuff.” The jumping, climbing, skipping, hopping, coloring, cutting and handwriting skills that a child needs to be successful. They can practice all of that with us! Our Occupational Therapy program utilizes the Handwriting Without Tears curriculum. This program uses a multi sensory approach to teach handwriting to children of all ages.
Jamie Souza-Page OTR/L (Occupational Therapist) is the co-owner of Body Language Therapy. She has earned her Bachelor of Science from Kean University. Jamie has extensive experience working with a wide range of toddlers and children in school and home settings. Her clinical experience includes autism, ADD/ADHD, cerebral palsy, Fragile X, Trisomy 13, Down Syndrome, developmental delays, sensory processing disorder, visual perceptual deficits, and handwriting difficulties. She has taken courses on play therapy, handwriting, yoga, sensory diets, and sensory processing disorders. Jamie is certified in using the Handwriting Without Tears program and the Print Tool. She is also trained in the SOS (Sequential-Oral-Sensory) approach to feeding. Jamie believes that a child’s work is play and the best way a child will learn.