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The Fun in Function offers online therapy sessions as well as evaluations. We pride ourselves in utilizing innovative techniques to help as many students as possible and make the process fun and engaging. Regardless of your student's diagnosis, you can trust us to provide the highest quality of care and give you an honest recommendation regarding your options.

We currently have therapists licensed in Colorado, Virginia, Florida, and Tennessee with more states being added. Please see our current list of in-network insurance providers or contact us for self-pay options. We are happy to take a look at your health benefits and show you what your payment options may be.

Therapy on the computer?

When we first started teletherapy was not as prevalent as it is today. Most people understand how speech therapy could work online, but you would be surprised by all that we can do for students needing occupational therapy services! Our parents love the flexibility they gain with teletherapy!

Best of Both

Did you know that your child can receive services both in-clinic and via teletherapy?! Please call our front office if you would like to discuss how this could better help you manage your family's busy schedule.

Occupational Therapy
Sensory Processing
Most people have heard of the five senses, but in addition to sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell, occupational therapists look at proprioception, introception, and the vestibular system.
Cognition and Perception
We can't wait for you to see how fun it is to work on these skills during an inline session! Your student will have a blast learning and growing!
Developmental Delays
Not only are our therapists specially trained and equipped to evaluate and work with students with developmental delays, but they will also provide you with lots of ideas to help your student grow outside of therapy sessions.
Did you know that there is much more to handwriting than where the pencil meets the page?! Let us walk you through all that goes into our evaluations and how our approach may be different (and more fun!) than what you've seen before!
Motor Skills and Planning
Almost every activity you do all day involves fine motor and/or gross motor skills. Further developing these skills can greatly enhance a student's quality of life at school, at home, and with self-care needs.
Learning Disabilities
Finding ways to adapt to learning disabilities can be a challenge. Let our therapists help grow skills and create plans for modifications. Contact us for help advocating for your child in school meetings.
Speech Therapy
Also, referred to as a speech sound disorder. Have you or others noticed that your student struggles with a certain letter sound? Contact us for an evaluation.
Did you know some vocal behavior can actually cause damage?! Let our speech and language pathologists help your student develop healthy vocal behavior.
Phonological Delay
Is your child's speech unclear? Do other people have trouble understanding them on a regular basis? Identifying any issues and working on these skills early can help your student gain confidence!
How we communicate greatly impacts our interaction with the world around us. This includes both how we understand others' communication and how we make ourselves understood to others.
Literacy Assessments
Reading Fluency
The fastest way to build reading fluency is to read books that are on the correct reading level. Do you know your child's reading level? Sometimes it helps to take a step back and evaluate. If you have questions call our office and speak with a specialist.
Reading Comprehension
Did you know that 4th grade is typically called the turning point from "learn to read" and "reading to learn"? It's common to identify reading comprehension problems during this transition and crucial to get help quickly so students don't fall behind.
Grasping phonics is the basic building block for reading. It's essential! If you have concerns that your child is struggling with these concepts, reach out for help!
Did you know that difficulty spelling could indicate a literacy concern? Let's talk about your concerns and how we can help your child.
Cognitive Assessments
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