Welcome to KidSprout Therapy

We understand that you have many options when choosing a therapist for your child, and we appreciate your time in reviewing our organization. Some of the most important decisions we make are for our children. We are dedicated to the community, and we remain available to you for any questions you may have concerning the well being of your child.

Our Philosophy


KidSprout Therapy strives to serve the community in the areas of Speech, Physical, Occupational, and Developmental Therapy.  We work only with pediatric patients aged birth through 18.  We receive patients from the North Carolina Early Intervention Program, county health departments, pediatrician offices, as well as private referrals.  

We serve a wide range of patients, and we pride ourselves on treating as many families in our community as possible.  We believe that all children, regardless of gender, race, creed, national origin, religion, age, or disability deserve and will be provided with a high level of skill and compassion.  

Our Approach to Therapy

We believe that children learn best in their natural environment, i.e., home, daycare, preschool, etc.  We feel strongly that kids achieve their goals in many ways; the most important of which is parental involvement. 

In addition to one-on-one intervention with patients, our therapists work with caregivers on creative ways to continue therapy objectives at home between parent and child.  We encourage families to play active roles in therapy sessions.  We have found that this model produces the most successful results in children. 

KidSprout Therapy is committed to promoting healthy families and communities, and we encourage you to explore the possibilities of therapy with one of our therapists if you feel your family would benefit from skilled intervention.  

Targeted Goals of Pediatric Intervention


  • Physical (reaching, rolling, crawling, and walking)
  • Cognitive (thinking, learning, and solving problems)
  • Communication (talking, listening, and understanding)
  • Social/Emotional (playing, feeling secure and happy, emotional stability)
  • Self Help (eating, dressing, brushing teeth, activities of daily living)
  • Family Support (collaboration with families to foster child development)