Diagnosis Commonly Treated:

Cleft Palate
Expressive & Receptive Language Delays
Articulation Delays
Hearing Impaired
Feeding Difficulties
Developmental Delay
Neurological Disorders
At Pegasus Quest we work with children and adolescents from ages 0-21 years of age. We also perform "early child
assessments" for children from ages 0-3. These assessments can help identify a condition and set a course of treatment
early on in the child's life.

Our organization has 12 years of pediatric experience in medical and educational settings. We have solid roots in our
community, and close relationships with the medical professionals we work with, and most importantly the children we have

Speech-Language Pathologist are health-care professionals educated and trained to evaluate and treat children with speech,
language, and swallowing difficulties.

Provide a variety of professional services aimed at helping people develop effective communication skills.

Such skills include: articulation disorders to learn proper production of speech sounds; dysfluency to speak more fluently;
voice disorders to improve voice; assist people who have difficulty swallowing; enhancing communication effectiveness;
educating/advising the community on ways to prevent speech-language disorders; and screening children who are of

Work closely with referring doctors, teachers, schools, and families to ensure an effective, well balanced generalization of
Pegasus Quest - Our Services
Occupational Therapy Services
Occupational therapy is skilled treatment that helps individuals achieve independence in all facets of their lives.  It gives
people the “skills for the job of living” necessary for independent and satisfying lives.

Occupational therapy at Pegasus Quest offers evaluation and treatment focused on a child’s physical development, to be
sure that their hands, arms, body, and eyes are working together at a developmentally appropriate level.

The Occupational therapist can determine if your child is functioning at an age-appropriate level for handwriting, fine motor
and gross motor skills (small muscle and large muscle group movement and coordination), self-cares, visual perception, and
for sensory integration.

If your child is not functioning at an age appropriate level for any of area, the deficit may result in physical delays, a risk for
injury, or there may be behavior or emotional difficulties.
Nutritional Education Services
    Nutritional education provided as needed to families and children from a trained Nutritionist.

    Such service will be available at a consultative/group atmosphere.

    Education and training for differentiating between healthy and unhealthy foods.

    Preparing/selecting healthy menus.

    Recommendations for improving and sustaining healthy eating habits.
Physical therapy is a health care specialty involved with evaluating, diagnosing, developing treatment plans, and treating
disorders of the musculoskeletal system.  

Physical therapists focus on the evaluation of strength, balance, range of motion, co-ordination, endurance, and posture of
each individual patient.  

Ultimate goal of physical therapy is to restore maximal functional independence to each individual patient.  

Physical therapy is ordered by a physician when it is felt that such a course of treatment would be beneficial.

Physical therapy is useful in treating many different medical disorders and injuries, neurological and muscular illness, and
cardiopulmonary diseases.

It is offered to a wide variety of patient’s including newborn babies and children.
Physical Therapy Services