AREAS OF CONCERN

Years of experience have shown us that children don’t navigate their challenges alone. Their loved ones and teachers share in the journey right alongside the child. As a parent or guardian with an instinct or worry that something isn’t quite right, it can be isolating not knowing what to do or who to talk to. We strive to join with our children and their support systems to give them the tools to achieve their goals.

What does the

worry look like?

 

As a parent or caregiver, are you standing by watching your child feel:

  • Frustrated because many basic things feel like a challenge?

  • Confused by the world around them that doesn’t make sense?

  • Overwhelmed by simple tasks or safe environments?

  • Isolated because their classmates can’t relate to them?

As their parent, do you ever feel:

  • Frustrated by your child’s behavior?

  • Confused when they react inappropriately to a given situation?

  • Overwhelmed by not knowing how to relate to your child?

  • Isolated by other parents who don’t experience these challenges?

While we can’t change these feelings, we do understand them, and we can help to alleviate the challenges that cause them.

How can Bartlesville Hope help?

 

Bartlesville Hope therapists can help by:

  • Listening to you and your child

  • Identifying any struggles or problem areas

  • Creating a therapeutic treatment plan and goals to work with your child to be their best self

  • Joining alongside the child, loved ones, and teachers to carry out the treatment plan

  • Monitoring and adjusting the treatment plan to fit your child's changing needs and growing skills

What are the benefits of therapy for my child?

 Personalized and effective physical, occupational, and speech therapy can help children to:

  • Feel more confident and comfortable in common situations and daily life

  • Develop skills that they may have difficulty with compared to their peers

  • Engage socially and interpersonally with their peers and siblings

  • Build new skills to help them succeed academically, socially, and personally