Student success relies on many factors: academic, emotional, language, motor, sensory and social. We’re dedicated to understanding each student’s needs so that they become confident and engaged learners.
Lab clinicians provide therapy and evaluations for children, adolescents, and young adults through The Reservoir Group at The Lab School of Washington. Access three disciplines in one place – Occupational Therapy, Psychology & Wellness, and Speech, Language & Literacy.
The Reservoir Group clinicians have specialized school-based expertise, which means
- we know strategies that work for classrooms, playgrounds, sports fields, and theaters.
- we work collaboratively with school administrators, teachers, and other members of your school-based team.
- we help families prioritize and schedule services that will have maximum functional impact at school and home.
Reservoir Occupational Therapists use meaningful activities to help children and youth participate in what they need and/or want to do in order to promote health and well-being. We address the physical, cognitive, psychosocial and sensory components of performance. We provide expertise in activity and environmental analysis and modification with the goal of reducing barriers to participation at home, school or during play.
Reservoir Psychology & Wellness specializes in providing comprehensive psychoeducational evaluations to individuals across the lifespan, and psychotherapy to children, adolescents, and young adults. With extensive experience working with students with learning and attention difficulties, we are committed to providing high quality services to children, adolescents, and their families, regardless of the learning, emotional, or behavioral challenges they face.
The Reservoir Speech, Language & Literacy Team specializes in the diagnosis and treatment of spoken and written language disorders. Our clients struggle with aspects of listening, speaking, reading, writing and/or social language. We provide multi-sensory, systematic, and explicit instruction, guiding students to develop skills, strategies, and self-advocacy for communicative success in classroom and social settings.