At TLC Learning Center, our specialized pediatric therapists have a variety of backgrounds and areas of expertise. We take into account the unique needs and nature of our clients and their families during both assessment and treatment of a child. We provide evaluation and treatment for children up to 12 years old with a wide range of needs. Our therapies are provided in a variety of settings, including center-based, the hospital, and natural environments such as the home, daycare providers, and in the community.

Therapy can minimize the effects of disease, injury, congenital disability, developmental delay and deprivation. Our therapy provides a play-and routine-based means to learn new skills, along with home program ideas to incorporate into daily activities. Parents and caregivers are integral to the treatment process. We assist in coordinating services and funding for our clients. We work with insurance companies, individual payment plans and community agencies.


Speech, Occupational, and Physical Therapy at TLC:

TLC preschooler Arath, born with cerebral palsy, works on learning to walk with his Physical Therapist, Jessica. TLC combines pediatric therapy with early childhood education for a comprehensive and holistic approach to positive and healthy child development.

TLC provides pediatric:

to children up to 12 years old with a wide variety of special needs. We take into account the unique medical, motor and language needs of each child we serve. 

Children referred to our program come with a wide range of medical diagnoses including (but not limited to): cerebral palsy, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, cleft lip and palate, dysfunction of sensory integration (difficulties interpreting and responding to sensory information), and children identified with poor growth and nutrition (failure to thrive).

Our therapists each have unique skill sets including special handling skills, newborn experience, knowledge in working with children with hearing problems, expertise in specialized seating equipment, breastfeeding, and alternative and assistive communication (AAC) to address the individual needs of each child. Our team regularly provides screenings and education to teen mothers at the Teen Parenting Program in Longmont. Additionally, we provide occupational and physical therapy to the smallest babies at Longmont United Hospital's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and we are an integral part of the Community Infants & Children Collaborative to Community partnership.

In our community, TLC Learning Center's Therapeutic Services is the only multidisciplinary practice to serve the Medicaid population.

Learn more about pediatric therapy at TLC:

For more information on any of these programs, please call TLC's Therapeutic Services Manager Shari Karmen at (303)776-1373 x301, or email at SKarmen@LearningWithTLC.org


Occupational Therapy Articles on the TLC Blog


Physical Therapy Articles on the TLC Blog


Speech Therapy Articles on the TLC Blog