Serving Cranford, NJ - Pediatric Occupational Therapy & Speech Therapy

Our Experienced Team of Therapists Provide Therapy Services In Clinic and In School

Occupational Therapy

Our comprehensive assessments and therapy sessions are designed to empower children and equip parents with the tools they need to support their child's development. 

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Speech Therapy

Our experienced therapists use evidence-based approaches to address a wide range of communication disorders. Watch your child gain confidence and make progress with our expert guidance.
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Feeding Therapy

Our feeding therapy services are designed to transform mealtimes into positive experiences. We work closely with children and parents to build confidence, improve swallowing, and address feeding challenges.
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Driving Directions From Cranford

It typically takes around 10 to 15 minutes to drive from the center of Cranford to the center of Scotch Plains, covering a distance of approximately 2 to 3 miles. Head west on N Union Ave toward Centennial Ave. Continue on N Union Ave, and you will enter Scotch Plains. Our office is located on the second floor of a Medical Office building on the corner of 2nd Street and Front Street. 

Helping Families in Cranford, NJ 



Community Resources

Parks & Recreation Department

The mission of the Cranford Recreation & Parks Department is to provide leisure programs and activities for the citizens of Cranford. The benefits of leisure services are designed to meet the mental, physical and social needs of our residents in the community, while enhancing the overall quality of life.

Cranford Community Connections

A collaborative group of Cranford residents working together to create town-wide events and initiatives that foster a thriving Cranford community. The group organizes events and activities to promote community spirit and involvement.

Cranford Jaycees

For more than 50 years the Cranford Jaycees have combined networking, community activity, individual development, and training while making friends for life. Members participate in volunteer community events, establish rewarding friendships and professional contacts, and experience the gratification of servicing humanity.

Cranford Drama Club

CDC Community Theatre is an all-volunteer organization and a registered 501(c)3 non-profit. Their mission is to provide quality, affordable live theater to New Jersey residents and to encourage the development and appreciation of the theatre arts.

Parent Advisory Council - Cranford Public Schools

Cranford Parents Advocating for Special Education (Cranford PASE) is the Special Education Parent Advisory Group (SEPAG) for Cranford.

About Cranford, NJ

Located in Union County, Cranford NJ covers 4.8 square miles and has a population of more than 24,000 residents.
New Jersey Monthly magazine ranked Cranford as its 34th best place to live in its 2010 rankings of the "Best Places To Live".

James E. Warner (1866-1933) is the namesake of the James E. Warner Plaza at the Cranford Train Station. Former Sheriff of Union County. Appalled by the growing pollution of the Rahway given the pristine waters of his youth, Sheriff Warner advocated for the preservation of the Rahway River and Rahway River Parkway parkland. One of Sheriff Warner's successful targets in fighting Rahway River pollution was his battle against the discharge of paper makers; one such site is now the famed regional theater known as the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn. Cranford was once considered the "Venice of New Jersey."

Much of Cranford's Charm comes from the close knit community, and the various events that bring the town together. Cranford hosts it all, classic car shows, seasonal street fairs, to holiday parades, and the 4th of July Firecracker 5k. In the fall there are events like "Paint The Town" where artists from all over the state come to paint Cranford, or the scare crow town wide display.

If you enjoy the outdoors Cranford has plenty of parks for you to fish, ride bikes, play sports ,and bring the children out from the video games and into nature. There are more than 15 local parks spanning the town and 2 major county parks Lenape Park, and Nomahegan Park that span more than 450 acres.

The Cranford School District is A rated by and ranked as the 52nd best school district out of 243 schools districts in New Jersey. The district serves 3,779 students in PK, K-12 with a student teacher ratio of 12:1.

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Scotch Plains

1801 E 2nd St.
Scotch Plains, NJ 07076
Serving Westfield, Cranford, Berkeley Heights, Watchung, New Providence, and Summit

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