Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Pediatric Occupational Therapy provides the tools to figure out how to perform daily living activities more efficiently, cope with everyday stresses, and promote success at home and school. Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children close the gaps in their abilities while learning new skills. Occupational Therapists work on improving a variety of complex issues including: motor planning, body awareness, coordination, and sensory regulation and modulation. They also address simple concerns such as the ability to coordinate their hands and eyes to catch a ball, color/write, cut with scissors, button clothing, and tie shoes. Our Therapists incorporate a play-based approach while challenging our clients to achieve their goals and reach their maximum potential.

Our therapists are able to evaluate and treat a variety of disabilities and provide treatment for the following issues:

  • Sensory Processing Integration
  • Visual-Motor Integration
  • Visual Perceptual Skills
  • Fine motor control and coordination
  • Dyspraxia, coordination disorders
  • Handwriting difficulties
  • Self-care activities like feeding, dressing, tying, buttoning…
  • Social Interaction Skills