Who We Are

Our Vision Statement:

Creating ripples of hope and joy by improving lives.

Our Mission Statement:

Growing Healthy Children provides customized therapeutic services to promote wellness in the​ ​local and global communities. We celebrate neurodiversity. We believe every person can​ ​contribute their unique abilities, find meaning and purpose, and create positive change in the​ ​world. We implement an evidence-based sensory processing framework and a play-based​ ​approach to facilitate regulation and relationships. Together we explore a person’s interests and​ ​strengths to support their growth and development. Growing Healthy Children changes lives​ ​through treatment, education, and research.

We help children of all ages with a variety of special needs.

Through our interdisciplinary team and unique facilities, we offer quality:

    • Occupational Therapy
    • Speech Therapy
    • Physical Therapy
    • Feeding Therapy
    • Dietary Support
    • Adaptive Physical Education
    • Reading Enrichment 
    • Camps and groups
    • Counseling and assistive technology services 
    • Our team takes the time to learn about each family and their unique challenges in order to provide hope and support. 

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And check out our blog for helpful hints and fun activities to do with your children!

Help us recognize our team members for their hard work!  You can nominate our employees for our Core Value Awards by clicking here


Our FREE Parent and Professional Book Club

  • Fourth Monday of each month at 12pm PST: Free virtual Book Club for professionals.  This book club is a place for professionals supporting kids with disabilities, including occupational therapists, speech therapists, physical therapists, adaptive PE specialists, mental health providers, teachers, classroom aides, etc. to gather, learn, grow and connect.
  • Fourth Monday of each month at 6p.m. PST: Free virtual Book Club for parents.  This is a place for parents of children with all types of abilities to connect, recharge, and learn together, facilitated by one of our amazing GHC OTs.

The book for both the book clubs will be What Happened To You? by Oprah Winfrey and Bruce D. Perry.


Book Club For Professionals Click Here!

Book Club For Parents Click Here!

Sensory Motor Activity Books

Our Sensory motor activity books are designed to support children develop in a fun and engaging way!

There are activities for children with skills at the preschool through the junior high level. You can grade the difficulty level of the activities to create the "just right challenge" and help each child feel successful and challenged at the same time. 
The activities target the areas of posture, visual perception, visual motor coordination, ocular motor coordination, handwriting, motor planning and sensory processing.
These packets can be used in many different ways:
  • Families: Have fun as a family while incorporating some important foundational skills.
  • Teachers: Provide hands-on, interactive, sensory-rich supplemental activities to ease transitions and guide development of foundational handwriting skills.
  • Administrators: Improve ease of implementing the Response To Intervention model by supporting students and staff in addressing OT-related concerns before making a referral for an OT evaluation.
  • Therapists: Save hours and hours of treatment planning time by using activities from the packet during your session or selecting activities to create home programs.

Click here to go to all our FREE downloads for sensory motor activity books


Our Mentoring Program 

Are you an occupational therapist, physical therapist, or speech therapist who is wanting to deepen your clinical practice? 

Do you want to increase your ability to support clients and families?  

Are you a bit intimidated by applying information from recent continuing education courses?

Click Here For Pricing and Packages

  • Invest in yourself
  • Prevent burnout
  • Advance your clinical reasoning with clinical mentoring

Our mentors have diverse and extensive clinical backgrounds.  They are passionate therapists dedicated to evidenced-based practice.  Here are just a few of the areas of practice we specialize in:

  • STAR frame of reference
  • Sensory integration and processing
  • Relationship-based practice
  • School-based services
  • Integrated listening systems
  • Feeding therapy
  • AAC
  • Reflective Supervision

Here is an inspirational story about one of our clients to brighten your day! Thank you Hayden for sharing your story and encouraging us all to follow our dreams!