The body goes through a complicated and interdependent process for development. If a child is not achieving a milestone within a reasonable time frame, it is important to ask questions and seek out guidance right away because the next set of skills are coming up fast. The longer you wait, the further behind the child will fall. The earlier an intervention is provided, the more effective it can be.
Children’s Therapy Network offers low cost screenings if you have questions. You can also look through the skills check list, or take our developmental skills quiz free.

Note from the owner: While I may be the owner of Children’s Therapy Network, I am a mother and a wife first. Often times when I am talking to families, I find myself setting aside the “owner hat” and putting on the “mother hat”. It is when I am able to connect as a parent to other parents, and know that a child is just one part of a whole family that I am able to connect with our clients most. I also am proud to say that several of the clinicians that we have on board, are not only parents, but parents of special needs children. We know what it’s like.

If you are even questioning if your child may have a delay or need therapy, my suggestion as a mother is DON’T WAIT. It does not hurt to have one of our therapists take a peek, and do a quick screening. We’ll be honest with you. If you child needs therapy, we will tell you and help you get the therapy that will best help your child. There is no greater guilt than that of a parent who looks back and says “I wish I would have done something different”. Time is not a luxury we can afford, especially when it comes to a young developing body and mind.

And if your child does not need therapy, we’ll tell you that too. There is no joy for me, or my therapists, to work with children under the false pretense that they need services.

Please do not wait if you have concerns. Call us and we will help guide you through what can be a scary and emotionally charged journey.


CTN provides low cost developmental screenings. These usually consist of a short questionnaire with the caregiver, and observation of the child. Most young children enjoy coming to “play” with us and don’t even know they are being screened. Older or school age children will be asked to perform a series of simple tasks. Screenings usually are less then 30 minutes and are a good indicator if a further more in-depth formal assessment is needed.

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