Your Child is All That Matters

At Champion Pediatric Therapy, we believe every child is unique.  Our expert team of therapists will identify your child's strengths and challenges in order to create a plan of care that will enable your child to unlock their fullest potential.  Our therapists integrate treatment techinques to allow your child to grow and develop, as well as gain a positive self-esteem in order to live successful lives.


Developmental Red Flags

A delay in development may interfere with your child's abilities to develop physically, and social-emotionally.  If your child is experiencing and of the following 'Developmental Red Flags,' Champion Pediatric Therapy can help!


Infants and Toddlers

(0-36 months)

  • Startles easily
  • Poor eye contact
  • Doesn't notice own hands
  • Lacks movement or slow to move
  • Low muscle tone
  • Avoids tummy time
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Unable to soothe
  • Startles easily
  • Keeps hands fisted often
  • Feeding difficulties
  • Reflux or Colic
  • Difficulty grasping objects
  • Resists being held or cuddled
  • Sensitive to food textures
  • Sensitive to loud noises
  • Doesn't bable or attempt to imitate sounds


(3-6 years)

  • Low muscle tone; appears weak
  • Clumsiness - often falling or tripping
  • Picky eating
  • Difficulty using utensils or straws/cup
  • Tires easily
  • Avoids playground activities
  • Avoids age-appropriate play
  • Walks on tip-toes
  • Often bumps into things
  • Dislikes bathing, grooming, haircuts
  • Difficulty self-soothing
  • Difficulties coloring or holding crayon
  • Flaps hands or jumps in place often
  • Sleep difficulties
  • Sensitive to or avoids certain clothing/tags
  • Overly active, unable to settle down


(6+ years)

  • Difficulty with focus/attention
  • Difficulty with multiple step directions
  • Struggles to interact socially with peers
  • Very rigid; difficulty with transitions
  • Illegible handwriting
  • Reverses letters during handwriting
  • Struggles to learn new skills
  • Poor coordination
  • Avoids physical education/sports
  • Overreacts to touch, taste, sound, light
  • Sensitive to or avoids certain clothing/tags
  • Dislikes hugs or haircuts
  • Constantly moving, difficulty settling down
  • Poor eye contact
  • Picky eating
  • Poor self-esteem; lacks confidence