SunnyDays Therapy was established to provide pediatric Speech and Occupational therapy to help infants, toddlers, children and young adults achieve milestones, independence and confidence in their play, self-help, social, motor, cognitive, sensory skills and speech and language skills.

SunnyDays Therapy strives to make the learning environment fun and motivating for each unique individual. We realize the importance of developing rapport with our clients the second they walk through the door. We take the extra effort to ensure that your family will want to come back to see us again. At SunnyDays Therapy, we strive to be the best and to achieve the best results for our clients. We do this by thinking outside of the box and by using conventional and innovative treatment approaches during our sessions. It is very important to us to stay abreast of new technology and research so that we are able to provide the best care for our clients.

Autism Program

Many of our staff has extensive training in providing speech therapy and occupational therapy to children with Autism and related disorders.
Our staff values the importance of focusing their attention on current and innovative research for therapeutic techniques for individuals with autism. Members of our team also have specialized training including basic training in the application of applied behavioral analysis and are also trained in managing difficult behaviors.


We accept most insurances including medical assistance.
We also offer a 30% discount to those paying cash out-of-pocket on our prepay packages.


Community Education Course in St. Michael
Come explore and learn simple techniques and strategies to help enhance and optimize your child’s attention, focus, communication, and participation within the school and home environments. This two hour course is open to both parents and children of all ages. Participants will leave with a “tool kit” for methods targeting each of the body’s senses, and simple strategies that can be implemented in the home and school environments. This course will be loosely modeled after the Alert Program: How Does Your Engine Run and The Zones of Regulation social skill curriculums. It will be taught by a certified pediatric speech therapist and occupational therapist. This is a FREE class, but pre-registration is required.
Thursday, January 29
6:30PM – 8:30PM
Instructors: Jennifer Miller, MA OTR/L and Allie Delaney, MA, CCC-SLP


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