At Triton Support Services, our focus is school-aged children with cognitive and language delays, social-emotional challenges, and/or sensory and motor difficulties. Our team of parent representatives, educational specialists, speech therapists, and occupational therapists will help break those barriers that are impacting a child’s daily life through a client-centered approach. This centers treatment around the client’s strengths and abilities, working closely with parents and other disciplines to address and meet the child’s needs, and help lay the foundation to become successful individuals in the home, school, and community.
When interacting with or observing your child, have any of their behaviors caused concern? Do you wonder if it’s a phase they’ll eventually grow out of? Do you feel stuck, overwhelmed, or out of ideas? Do you feel like you need additional support in better understanding your child? At Triton, we help parents take the first step toward getting the guidance they need to not only help their child, but help themselves.
Children may require services with or without a diagnosis or medical condition. However, there are certain conditions that may raise red flags, indicating that a child may be “at risk” for delays in skills that impact their ability to meet milestones.
The Triton team is comprised of highly skilled professionals trained to assist children with some of the challenges listed below:
- Communication & social skills
- Emotional regulation
- Sensory processing
- Daily living skills
- Motor planning
- Gross-motor skills
- Fine-motor skills
All of these skills are vital for children to fully participate in their daily routine. With the vast knowledge within Triton’s team, we look at the whole child to determine the underlying cause that’s impacting their ability to participate in the home, school, and community.
We serve the needs of the child, and their support system, in a holistic manner. Our goal is to assist children in their growth toward autonomy. We identify the strengths of each child, and adapt to their needs.