“Rebecca is the ultimate OT guru. She is an expert on tailoring the activities to our son’s needs. Her creativity, energy and enthusiasm paired with her compassion and flexibility make her the therapist you always wanted to have. Our son has made fabulous progress since we started at Tiny Tots Therapy and he looks forward to coming to his sessions every time. I wish we would have known about them long ago.”
“My first interaction with Tiny Tots was through Chelsea. She was professional and efficient. Chelsea was also kind and understanding and went above and beyond to help us deal with and communicate with our insurance. I have had much exposure to all kinds of healthcare offices and can attest that it is rare to find an office run with a balance of professionalism and compassion.
The occupational therapist that evaluated my son was also intelligent and thorough. In the short time she spent with him, she made an impact and I appreciate her insight.
“I have been receiving very positive feedback from the staffs at both EELC and FDR regarding the work of Michelle Williams. Michelle has a wonderful work ethic, making sure all children receive the appropriate services according to their IEPs. She wastes no time during her busy day. I have seen her doing push in session in the classroom as well as small group and individualized instruction. Michelle is a total team player. By this I mean that she participated in Spirit Week by wearing pajamas on pajama day, and even buying bagels for Bagel Friday. Michelle is pleasant, competent, and most importantly, the children adore her. Michelle’s presence is helping to create a positive and professional atmosphere.”
Teacher, Edison NJ
“Over the last two years I have had the privilege of working with both occupational and physical therapists from Tiny Tots Therapy. Their professionalism, knowledge and dedication is evident each time they visit my classroom. They have taught my students and myself countless strategies to help us grow as a classroom and as learners. Upon arrival I am regularly asked how a particular student is doing before they take him or her for a session. In a classroom like mine this is very important. My students are all developmentally delayed and this simple comment helps to ensure the student will have a session that is individualized to that student for that moment. After treatment a therapist will follow up with me with what treatment was used and how I can incorporate it into the classroom to alleviate behaviors the student might be having. This kind of thorough treatment practice helps me to do my job better. I really feel we are working as a team to educate the whole child.
Their kind and positive attitudes draw my students to them. I’ve enjoyed watching the bond between students and therapists grow. I look forward to working with Tiny Tots Therapists in the future.”
Mother of V.C with Autism
“We couldn’t be more pleased and grateful for the commitment and passion that Rebecca and Dr. Mike put into their work.”
Irina, Mother of V.C with Autism
Mother of A.G. with CP, torticolis and low muscle tone
“I was so happy to see my son (A.G) sit up by himself with his head up and smiling with little help for the first time. This suit and the way the therapist put it on him was a miracle”
If the typical parent feels that choosing the right camp for their child is hard, try finding the right camp for a child with special needs. My son Zachary is a 5 year old boy who is bright, inquisitive, friendly and has gross motor skill delays. The average camp can’t provide him and most other special needs kids with the summer experience that not only is fun, but also serves a greater (therapeutic) purpose.
As special parents we endeavor to give our child every opportunity to succeed.
Tiny Tots is the provider for services in the East Brunswick, NJ public school system. When they opened an office in East Brunswick, NJ, I didn’t give it a second thought till I saw an ad announcing ‘Dr. Mike’s Triple Play Summer Camp’. This was a no brainer. Z has demonstrated noticeable improvement in large part to the Tiny Tots PT and OT therapy provided to him in school. Dr Mike’s was the summer experience I had wanted for him.
Z was thrilled to go to camp like other children. He not only played baseball, he swung on money bars, and he made crafts. He made summer friends. He hesitated a little here and there, but he always tried an activity and came home with a smile. These and other activities were designed and supervised by therapists who made having fun the focus. …and summer fun is what it should be all about.
I have to admit, it’s an expensive afternoon, for my child it was worth every penny.
Children can really benefit from sensory experiences. Read this great blog on how to incorporate them at home!… https://t.co/cJh7PiD0qK
- Friday Jul 28 - 1:01pm
Too hot to be outside? Make your own playdough and craft your favorite summer things!
- Thursday Jul 27 - 3:02pm