Welcome to Carrico Pediatric Therapy Inc.

Our Mission

Carrico Pediatric Therapy utilizes a holistic and multidisciplinary approach to therapy. Our team of passionate and caring therapists are carefully selected and highly trained to ensure that they provide the upmost care in accordance with current research-based strategies for every child who becomes a part of our Carrico Pediatric Therapy family.

We collaborate with the important figures in the child’s life to promote generalization of skills acquired in therapy into their daily life.  We take a child-centered approach, ensuring an individualized plan of care regardless of the diagnosis.  We work with the child’s areas of strengths and interests to facilitate peak performance, and encourage higher levels of independence by improving their areas of deficit.  We strive to provide the child and their family with tools they need to succeed.

WE OFFER

Some of our Services

Occupational Therapy
Physical Therapy
Speech Therapy
Feeding Therapy

Assessments
Consultations
Summer Programs
Group Programs

``TEACHING CHILDREN THE TOOLS THEY NEED TO SUCCEED.”

A Full Range Of Services

We strive to provide exceptional occupational therapy, physical therapy and speech therapy to every child.  We provide services in-home, clinic-based or in-school, depending on your child’s needs and/or your preference.

What is Occupational Therapy?

A pediatric occupational therapist provides intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the skills required to help children participate in meaningful activities, otherwise known as occupations.  Occupations for a child can range from eating and self-care tasks, to writing and making crafts in school.  For a child, play is often the most meaningful occupation.  The therapist provides child-centered and research-based treatment techniques to ensure the opportunity to engage in activities that are fun and meaningful to promote optimal learning.
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What is Physical Therapy?

Pediatric physical therapists specialize in developing a child’s physical ability to reach their maximum potential.  They help children meet their developmental milestones and navigate their environment safely.  Physical therapists evaluate a child’s strength, range of motion, muscle tone, balance, reflexes, motor planning and gross motor skills (i.e., sitting, rolling, walking, running, etc.).  Then they develop a plan to help the child move safely and independently.
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What is Speech Therapy?

Pediatric speech & language pathologists evaluate, promote, and treat communication challenges, both receptive and expressive.  They work on delays in the following areas:

Oral motor
Auditory processing
Sensory processing
Producing speech sounds correctly
Omitting/Distorting sounds
Sounds with no patterns
Trouble putting sentences together
Stutters
Articulation
Social Pragmatics

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Who Can Benefit?

Fine Motor Delays
Gross Motor Delays
Motor Planning Difficulties
Visual Perceptual Delays
Visual Motor Delays
Handwriting Difficulties
Sensory Processing Difficulties

Feeding Delays
Self-Care Delays
Hypersensitivities
Expressive & Receptive Language Delays
Stuttering/Articulation Issues
Oral Motor Delays

Meet Our Team!

Our ability to deliver outstanding results for our clients and patients starts with our dedicated and passionate team of professionals.  We come from a diverse set of experiences and backgrounds.

Happy Clients. True Testimonials.

Contact Info

San Dimas

1301 WEST ARROW HIGHWAY, SUITE 130
SAN DIMAS, CA 91773

(909) 222-2745

(909) 929-0805

Mon-Thurs 9:00 AM – 6:30 AM
Friday 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Rancho Cucamonga

8282 WHITE OAK AVE. SUITE 107,
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, CA 91730

(909) 586-0509

(909) 929-0805

Mon-Thurs 9:00 AM – 6:30 AM
Friday 9:00 AM – 3:30 PM

Temecula

28991 OLD TOWN FRONT STREET, SUITE 101,
TEMECULA, CA 92590

(951) 556-8157

(951) 414-6060

Mon - Fri 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

Per Regional Center Requirements, For Information Regarding Appeals/ Complaints:
Department Of Developmental Services
https://dds.ca.gov/complaints/
(916) 654-1987