We have been attending sensory motor class for 2 years now and it’s the best investment I have made for our son who struggled with socialization he made friends and has a great place to be himself and have fun while getting some great sensory input!
                                                    - Arlene

“I took my son to The Kidz Lounge this morning for their Mommy and Me, and I must say it was great!! He had soo much fun and I felt very the environment was super safe. I highly recommend their Mommy and Me!”
“I was never fortunate enough to partake in a mommy and me here with my daughter... But I have attended many other wonderful classes and programs offered on behalf of the Language Lounge and I, as well as, My daughter loved every single second!!!! The staff is all courteous and caring and experienced in the field of education and special education—- their expertise lies in providing therapy and care to children with and without special needs! The environment is safe and nurturing and well equipped in all areas!!!! As a parent and as an educator, I could not want for more!”
“Omg I was just thinking of you !!! She loved it.  I think you are awesome to offer such great classes.  I loved the teacher and the small class size.  She has anxiety issues and it extremely timid to try anything with other kids she does not know.  She was so excited and proud of herself after the class, it was so nice to see her like that.  I think you are awesome !  We are thinking about yoga too!”


Having Heather treat my son, Rocco, was nothing short of inspiring. She is a talented and reliable therapist and someone who sincerely does her job because she wants to help. Rocco’s combination of physical, mental, and medical issues make him an extremely challenging patient for even the most seasoned therapist. Rocco was born with devastating neurological damage. As a result, he has no voluntary movement; is severely spastic; and has kyphoscoliosis. Additionally, he has a tracheostomy and a feeding tube. You have to be creative when working with Rocco and Heather was never afraid to think outside of the box. She was always trying to figure out new challenges for him and different ways to work with him. She would often go home and use her personal time to gather more information. I saw him do things I never thought possible. Every day I was so proud of what I saw him do. What a joy to see that someone was willing to help him so that he “can” rather than just say that he “can’t”. My son cannot communicate or play like a typical baby but that never changed Heather's approach. She made the treatments fun while treating my son with dignity and with a loving touch. She sincerely and truly wanted to help him and to help our family. The sessions would start with the warmest greeting. She then gave him the time that he needed to start working. Rather than having an expected idea of what he should or shouldn't do, she started every session by evaluating how much he could tolerate on that particular day and would then help him reach his full potential. It is a learning process to be a parent of a medically fragile and handicapped child. She worked with our family and our home care nurses to teach us handling techniques and activities that we could do. She helped to remind me that my son deserves no less than any other child. Heather has helped to advocate for Rocco’s needs and gave me endless guidance. She has become a friend and one of Rocco’s greatest gifts.                                                                                                                                              -Laura