What We Do

The Occupational Therapists, Speech Therapists, Physical Therapists and Psychotherapists at Kidspace work from a Sensory Integration frame of reference. They use state-of-the-art equipment, advanced assessment tools and their own professional insight to provide treatment for a broad range of child development challenges including developmental delays, sensory processing issues, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, ADD/ADHD, speech and language issues & fine-motor skill development.

In our ongoing effort to offer a comprehensive range of services to the families we serve, Kidspace also hosts Vision Academy-SF, a developmental optometry practice led by Dr.David Grisham and Dr. Jeremy Shumaker.

Kidspace is also pleased to offer a wide range of innovative programs including age-appropriate Social Skills Groups,DIR/Floortime Groups, and Parent Education and Support Workshops. Our goal is to provide a comprehensive range of services and resources for children with developmental and learning differences and their families.

Social Skills Groups & Other Special Programs

Who We Are

Kidspace is a multi-disciplinary pediatric therapy clinic conveniently located in San Francisco.

Serving Children from newborn to adolescent, the experienced private practitioners at Kidspace are committed to helping kids develop and families thrive.

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Social Skills Playgroups
Organized and led by experienced Occupational Therapists, these groups bring together kids of similar age and ability level, providing an enjoyable, play-based opportunity to learn from and interact with each other.

Parent Support & Education Workshops
Contact us for information on upcoming programs on:
  • Autism Spectrum
  • ADHD
  • Anxiety-Related Disorders

DIR/Floortime Groups
Strengthening communication, problem solving and abstract thinking capacities. For ages 3-5, Autism spectrum, Sensory Processing Disorder.