Girl 2 Girl Group

This girls’ group is designed specifically for 12-15 years olds. Through fun activities and in a safe environment, we will learn and practice together the valuable social skills necessary for making and keeping friends, interacting comfortably with peers, and making sound social judgements in a variety of situations.

  • Instructor:  Savannah Alderman, OTR/L
  • Location:  Pediatric Therapies
  • Dates:  Mondays, March 21st through April 11th
  • Time:  4:15 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
  • Cost for 4 classes: $325 ($50 registration fee due by March 7th, remaining $275 due by March 18th)

For more information or to register for this class, click on the link below or give us a call!

My Parent and Me Class

Pediatric Therapies and We Rock the Spectrum are excited to collaborate! This educational class is an opportunity to engage with your preschooler in a fun and meaningful way! Led by an occupational therapist, this group will focus on building a strong relationship with your child while handling everyday sensory and behavioral challenges. Class themes will cover such topics as:

  • Fostering attention and engagement through play
  • Encouraging communication and social interactions
  • Choosing sensory activities based on your child’s needs
  • Strategies and tools for transitions

Classes will be held at We Rock the Spectrum. Play time in gym, following the class is included with tuition.

  • Instructor:  Mary Luttrell, M.S. OTR/L from Pediatric Therapies
  • Location:  We Rock the Spectrum – 1113 Murfreesboro Rd #203 – Franklin, TN
  • Ages:  Children 3-5 years old
  • Dates:  Thursdays, March 24th through April 28th
  • Time:  9:00-10:00 am
  • Cost for 6 classes:  $175 if registered by March 4th, $200 after March 4th

For more information or to register for this class, click on the link below or give us a call!

Additional Information About Groups

Pediatric Therapies offers various group opportunities throughout the year in a fun, interactive environment, where each individual child’s needs are still served.  Playing and learning with other children in a supportive and fun environment can strengthen needed social skills, group play and stretch them to try new things that are being modeled by their peers.

We carefully screen each child when building our groups to be certain group members are compatible and to better understand each family’s goals.  It is important to us that each child enrolled realizes success from their group experience, and our screening process helps to ensure that.

All of our groups are individually designed from multiple curricula and carefully modified to meet the needs of each particular group based on our screening results.  Because we strive to meet the needs of each participant, we sometimes build a custom group around the specific needs of one or more children.  If you have a particular need for your child which you believe would be best met in a group setting, please talk to us.  It is likely your child is not alone and that there are other children who would benefit from a similar group, which we can uniquely design.

A key component of our groups includes parent observation.  So that you know how to follow through at home and elsewhere, we strongly encourage our families to observe each group session.  Additionally, a lead therapist from your child’s group will meet with all parents following each session to review key elements of that session, discuss how you can reinforce concepts at home, and provide you with take home materials to use throughout the week.