Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on the child’s performance and helps them acquire the skills they need to succeed in daily living and school. Through the use of purposeful activities, OT is able to promote health, technique, and functional outcomes in many areas of life. Comprehensive evaluation and treatment services provided to teach skills, modify tasks, adapt environments and educate families in order to improve performance of daily activities. Services offered, but not limited to:
  • Fine Motor Delays
  • Gross Motor Delays
  • Handwriting Delays
  • Sensory Regulation Deficits
  • Sensory Processing Deficits
  • Self-Care Deficits
  • Emotional Regulation Deficits
  • Executive Function Deficits
  • Any injury/illness/chronic condition causing deficits in daily life

    Does my child need OT?
    If you answer ‘yes’ to any of the following:
    • Is unable to complete age-appropriate self-care skills
    • Has difficulty completing fine motor activities (e.g., coloring, cutting, tracing, stringing beads, stacking blocks, manipulating clothing fasteners)
    • Does not demonstrate an established hand dominance, or has poor or illegible handwriting
    • Appears clumsy or uncoordinated
    • Has difficulty completing new movement activities
    • Has difficulty with visual tracking and/or crossing midline
    • Expresses distress during self-care activities
    • Is a picky eater
    • Craves excessive movement or physical contact
    • Is easily distracted or emotionally reactive
    • Overreacts to sensory input such as touch, sound, movement
    • Does not seem aware of sensory input
    • Has poor hand-eye coordination
    • Has difficulty completing puzzles

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