What is a co-treatment and why is it beneficial?

A co-treatment is therapy provided to one child by an occupational and speech-language pathologist. This type of treatment is beneficial because respective therapy goals for each discipline are targeted within a session, which meets a child’s “whole-body needs” and can help promote gains across both disciplines simultaneously.

A co-treatment can occur in the office or out in the community to address functional goals that promote carry-over and independence within real-life settings.

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