"Pediatric Occupational Therapists and Speech Pathologists employing sensory integration techniques
to improve the lives of individuals with developmental challenges"
An Integrative Approach to Therapy
Project CHILLD was founded in 2001 as a collaboration between two pediatric occupational therapists, each with over 25 years of experience in the field. Their dream was to open a clinic that augmented more traditional occupational therapy services with alternative methods of treatment.
After discovering the power and effectiveness of the Tomatis sound training program on children with various disabilities, the founders jumped at the opportunity to study directly under two Tomatis-trained experts in this field, Dr. Billie Thompson of Sound Listening and Learning Center, and later, Dr. Ron Minson of the Center for Inner Change.
Today Project CHILLD is staffed with 14 Occupational Therapists and 3 Speech Pathologists who offer Sound Training in our state-of-the-art facility. We assess and develop individualized programs for people with neurological and developmental disabilities including:
The DLS Program is a Tomatis-based sound training program impacting the human ear, to acquire, develop, refine and integrate one’s listening function. The Dynamic Listening System facilitates improved:
We are authorized providers of The Listening Program (TLP) and are Dynamic Listening System (DLS) Consultants. We are also certified in the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT). Consultation services are also available for home and school programs, including school Inclusion programs.
About the Director, Kathy Carley, MSOTR/L:
Project CHILLD is located north of Boston, easily accessible from the main highway.