Therapeutic Programs

Blue Bird Day is a therapeutic program for children in a preschool and kindergarten-like environment. It is designed to foster socialization, sensory regulation, and learning skills. Blue Bird Day programs are ideal for children with autism (ASD), sensory processing disorders (SPD), articulation and phonological disorders, ADHD, and sensory based feeding disorders. Relationship-based therapists work to build individual goals for each child and their family. The goal of our program is to ensure future success for all children. Many of our “graduates” move on to typical public or private schools with various amounts of assistance.

Therapeutic Preschool Program ©

Therapeutic Kindergarten Program ©

Extended Day Services

Pediatric Therapies

At Blue Bird Day, we believe in a collaborative and multi-disciplinary team approach to therapy. A team of occupational therapists, speech-language pathologists, registered dietitian nutritionists, developmental therapists, behavioral therapists, physical therapists, neuropsychologists, social workers, and therapeutic assistants are created for each child based on evaluations to ensure child and family are fully supported and the best possible results are achieved.

ABA Therapy

Interventions that decrease challenging behaviors and increase appropriate behaviors.

Developmental Therapy

Interventions that address a child as a whole to develop cognitive, language, communication, social, and motor skills.

Feeding Therapy

Interventions for children to develop the skills they need to eat and have healthy mealtime routines.

Occupational Therapy

Interventions that support children to strengthen their skills in order to participate in functional day-to-day activities.

Physical Therapy

Interventions that improve gross motor skills in children.

Speech Therapy

Interventions to help children develop the skills they need to express language.

Social Work

Interventions to help children with any and all emotional and social needs.


Interventions that evaluate children to identify strengths, needs, and diagnoses.