Founder and Clinical Director:

Padra Smith, MS, OTR/L, SIPT

100 Reade Street

New York, NY 10013

917.960.0250

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 The TOMATIS® Method is an Educational Program, and is considered neither a medical treatment nor a means to establish a medical diagnosis.

The content in this website is for informational purposes only. It should be neither considered as nor substituted for medical advice.    

Tomatis is a registered trademark of Tomatis Developpement S.A.

 

Personal names throughout this site have been changed to protect the confidentiality of our clients. 

 

Mighty Minds and Muscles is a boutique therapy and coaching organization.

Our approach is thorough and progressive;

we are not just a pediatric occupational therapy clinic but a family learning center. 

We offer unique internationally-developed programs that help anyone with

developmental delays, learning difficulties and those who just feel disorganized or stressed. Our team is a small group of highly trained and educated co-therapists who continually strive to learn and develop holistic programs.

Whole child! Whole family!

Summer Camp 2020 - Sign up early for NEXT YEAR 

A one of a kind program, designed for YOUR child from our hearts!
No stress, just creative activities with writing, reading, math games
and lots of therapeutic FUN mixed in!!! 
 
Occupational Therapy is embedded in the camp day. 

 

Don’t let your child lose their school skills. Help them leap forward.

 

Sign your child up for our “Summer’S COOL” Program by email OR phone. 

917.960.0250

2 weeks committment preferred!
 

When: 2020 - July/August

 

(If interest allows, please express your interest.)

 

Times: Monday - Thursday 9:00-3:30pm &

            Friday 9:00-12:30pm

(early dropoff & late pick up may be available) 

 

(Other weeks available for individiual intensives.)

 

Ages: Entering 1st-3rd grade*

 

Location: 100 Reade St. NYC (& local parks)

 

Cost: $1100 per week, which INCLUDES 2 individualized 1:1 Occupational Therapy sessions per week which can be billed as therapy with possible insurance reimbursement.

 

So camp hours cost less than $525 for the week and there is no need to go to O.T. after camp.

 

*There is NO other camp like ours for kids with learning & sensory processing difficulties. 

 

When:
Included:
  • Intensive OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

  • COUNSELING

  • All day SOCIAL SKILLS groups

  • PARK & WATER PLAY FUN!

  • Sensory play

  • Reflex integration exercises

  • Fine motor & Gross motor play

 

Students will have fun keeping their school skills up. For all kids enrolled in 2 or more weeks, they will work on writing, reading, fine motor skills and social skills by developing a group MOVIE, PLAY or PUPPET SHOW!!! 

 

There will be a family show of the at the end of camp! 

Tomatis®  -A Listening Program
Requires minimum of TWO - 2 week commitments (up to 2 hours per day) for the full effect of the program.
 
Intensive listening periods can also be completed at home or during weeks outside of our camp weeks. 
 
See our Tomatis® page for more information. 
 

Cellfield -Reading (& Visual) Intervention

Requires 2 week commitment minimum for Phase 1 followed by weekly Phase 2 active work sessions. 

 

Phase 1: 1 hour per day on our specialized computer program)

Phase 2: 1 hour weekly sessions for 10 weeks to work on active reading, writing, math, attention, or executive function activites 

 

Cellfield intensives can occur outside of our camp weeks. 

 

See our Cellfield page for more information. 

 

EMAIL or call for details.

Optional Add-ons or Summer Intensives:
MEMORIES and MILESTONES met along the way!

Typical days schedule: 

  • Drop off/organization

  • Free time

  • Sensory play (O.T.) (with Tomatis for applicable cases)

  • Snack time

  • Motor skills works (O.T.) (or Cellfield computer time)

  • Sunscreen application

  • Lunch in the park 

  • Outdoor play (at the playground, grassy field or water play area) 

  • Fine motor or visual work (writing, reading, math concepts) (O.T.)

  • Game time or Social skills activity (O.T.)

  • Free play

  • Dismissal