The Maryland Therapy Network, Inc.: helping children reach their potential since 1992.
Helping Kids One Step at a Time

Offering a Full Range of Pediatric Therapies

Whether your child has single or multiple challenges, The Maryland Therapy Network has more than 40 experienced therapists to help you. Our services include speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, physical therapy and early childhood services.

Speech-Language Pathology

Our highly trained, licensed and American Speech-Language-Hearing Association-certified speech-language pathologists focus on helping children to:

  • Improve speech, including issues with articulation, voice and fluency, speech sound substitution, apraxia, stuttering and tongue thrust
  • Enhance language skills, auditory comprehension and reading, oral expression and writing as well as address issues including expressive and/or receptive language delay
  • Increase oral motor skills

Occupational Therapy

Trained in early intervention as well as oral motor and sensory integration, our licensed occupational therapists will help your child to:

  • Increase their fine motor, sensory motor and visual motor skills
  • Improve dressing, eating and oral motor skills
  • Adapt to home and community environments
  • Develop sensory integration skills
  • Benefit from special programs such as Handwriting Without Tears® and therapeutic listening
  • Address feeding issues

Physical Therapy

Our physical therapy services are designed to improve mobility, increase strength, and achieve developmental motor skills needed to play, learn and explore. Maryland Therapy Network’s experienced, licensed physical therapists evaluate and treat orthopedic, developmental and/or neurological problems to:

  • Increase muscle strength, range of motion and endurance
  • Improve stability and balance for mobility
  • Decrease pain

Maryland Therapy Network staff are also specially trained to work with children on the autism spectrum and children with special needs such as Down Syndrome, cleft palate and cerebral palsy.