- Prefers to look to one side or tilted head as a baby.
- Unable to sit without help by 8 months.
- Unable to crawl with belly off of the floor by 12 months.
- Unable to walk without help by 15 months.
- Unable to kick a ball without falling by age 2.
- Walks on tiptoes, drags toes, or seems especially clumsy.
- Has “flat” feet or complains of foot pain after age 3.
Welcome to Summit Pediatric Therapies!
We are proud to be the only pediatric outpatient therapy facility in northeast Oklahoma providing physical, occupational, speech and aquatic therapy services for infants through 18 years of age in a fun, kid-friendly environment.
- Doesn’t bring hands together or reach for toys by 6 months.
- Unable to pick up small items with thumb and finger by 11 months.
- Unable to cut paper in a controlled manner by age 3 ½.
- Unable to copy shapes by age 4 or letters by age 5.
- Difficulty with self-care activities past age 5 (bathing, dressing, etc.).
- Prefers to play with younger children or alone.
- Upset easily, avoids places/events that are loud, crowded, busy, etc.
- Can’t focus on tasks and has difficulty with simple daily routines.
- Minimal eye contact or no use of words or gestures by 12 months.
- Not eating soft foods or difficulty with food textures at 12 months.
- Not making two-word sentences by age 2.
- Hearing loss or “selective” hearing.
- Adults have difficulty understanding the child after age 3.
- Difficulty learning sounds in preschool and kindergarten.
- Difficulty following directions or problem-solving.
- History of chronic ear infections or tubes.
- “Stutters” beyond age 5.
I love it there. All of the therapists take great care of daughter. My daughter loves to come to therapy and we have seen so much progress since starting speech at Summit. -Jani Peters
Summit has the most heart warming therapists. They are all AWESOME! Thank you all for caring and loving what you do. Twyla at the front desk is simply AMAZING too! -Sara Zuniga
My son has been with Summit Pediatrics since he was 18 months old. At that time he could not even sit up without assistance. Fast forward to 30 months old and my son is now walking. Though some days felt slow, I could tell he was improving with each visit to PT. Thank you for helping my son!! -Kylie Jones