Occupational Therapy

Who we are

Occupational Therapists identify and treat children who have challenges in the skills necessary for daily living. This can include any of the following areas: self-feeding, dressing, toileting, fine motor skills, playing, social skills, and self-regulation. Treatment strategies include sensory-motor activities, play, and functional activities. Children learn best through play, so skills are often learned through play activities

Treatment options include :
  • • Regulation of arousal levels
  • • Refinement of sensory processing
  • • Enhancement of cognitive skills
  • • Age-appropriate self-care skills
  • • Motor planning skills
  • • Hand/eye coordination
  • • Muscle strengthening
  • • Behavior modification
  • • Sensitivity adjustment
  • • Balance improvement
  • • Handwriting
  • • Oral Motor/Feeding