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Speech & OT Clinical Services

Spectra’s Clinical Services team embraces the "Yes, we can" value and the Interdisciplinary Intervention Model (II Model), and focuses on our can-do spirit. Yes, Spectra’s Clinical Services can assist and be paired with another program or utilized individually, as needed. Services are offered by discipline and may include assessments, direct treatment, and / or consultation.

Program Hours

Spectra’s Clinical Services are offered to children ages 3–17 years. These services are provided to various children who have a wide range of diagnoses, even those with neurodevelopmental differences. Services typically run Monday through Friday, from 9:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; however, service hours vary depending on the age of the child and availability of the staff. Each child’s and family’s needs are unique and continuously evolving; therefore, from the first assessment and throughout treatment, Spectra will work with parents to help build an individualized therapy plan for every child.

Speech-Language Therapy

The goal of Speech-Language Therapy is to advance communication skills and provide high quality, evidence-based services to address a variety of communication and language needs. Upon enrolling in services, a Speech-Language Pathologist (SLP) will complete an assessment for each child, followed by an individualized treatment plan created to guide therapeutic goals and timelines.

General areas of service include:
  • Expressive and Receptive Language

  • Picture Exchange Communication System

  • Social Skills

  • Augmentative and Alternative Communication / Assistive Technology

  • Pragmatics

  • Fluency

  • Resonance or voice

  • Feeding

Occupational Therapy

The goal of Occupational Therapy is to help children become more successful and independent in their daily lives using a variety of evidence-based techniques. Occupational Therapists work with children to develop helpful strategies for processing information in their environment and learning how to appropriately respond to it, which is also known as self-regulation. Upon enrolling in services, an Occupational Therapist (OT) will complete an assessment for each child, followed by an individualized treatment plan created to guide therapeutic goals and timelines.

General areas of service include:
  • Sensory integration

  • Developing fine motor / gross motor skills

  • Developing self-regulation skills

  • Developing self-care skills

  • Teaching self-help skills

  • Teaching adaptive daily living skills

  • Feeding therapy

  • Teaching play skills

  • Handwriting assistance

Our Location

7205 West 120th Avenue,

Broomfield, CO 80020

Hours: 

Monday - Friday: 8am - 6pm

Saturday: Closed 

Sunday: Closed

Email Us: info@spectracenters.org

Call Us: (303) 665-6800