Occupational Therapy

Pediatric Occupational Therapy services are tailored to encourage functional skill attainment and development of client and family-centered goals for play, school, and daily living skills. OT utilizes play-based activities to facilitate and provide a just right challenge for your child to help improve skills and promote self-esteem and confidence through successes.

  • Fine Motor Function
    • Functional grasping, visual perceptual and motor skills, fine motor control and manipulation for tasks such as writing, buttons, zippers, and shoe tying
  • Coordination
    • Balance and body coordination
    • Crossing midline
    • Balls skills
  • Sensory Processing
    • Improving tactile sensitivities to textures, hair brushing, nail clipping, clothing aversions
    • Light, taste, smell, touch, and sound seeking or avoidance
    • Doesn’t recognize or react to aversive smells, sounds or touches
    • Difficulty with body movement, coordination, clumsiness
    • Frequent body movements, crashing, jumping, spinning
    • Assessment non-integrated reflexes that can inhibit development
    • Self-regulation and mindfulness education
  • Daily Living Skills
    • Organization and executive functioning skills
    • Dressing, Bathing, Self-feeding, Toileting
    • Cooking, Cleaning, and other instrumental activities of daily living
  • Cognitive Tasks
    • Remembering letters, numbers, sorting, sequencing, and shapes
  • Social Skills
    • Turn taking, following directions, listening, and play skills with peers

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