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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy focuses on helping children improve their functioning in meaningful daily activities. Occupational therapists utilize evidence-based strategies to evaluate and provide skilled therapy to children with a variety of different needs and ability levels. Through activity and environmental analysis, occupational therapists assist children who have difficulty performing common daily activities or progressing through the stages of social, sensory motor, and/or cognitive development. By addressing underlying cognitive, physical, social, sensory, and motor abilities, occupational therapy empowers children to learn the everyday skills needed to participate more independently in everyday life.


Areas Occupational Therapy Addresses: 

  • Adaptive skills

  • Daily living skills (dressing, feeding, hygiene, etc.)

  • Feeding

  • Handwriting

  • Instrumental daily living skills (household chores, hobbies, leisure, etc.)

  • Learning strategies and cognition

  • Motor development (fine motor, visual motor, gross motor skills)

  • Mental health

  • Play skills

  • Primitive reflex integration

  • Self-regulation 

  • Sensory processing 

  • Social participation 

Is my child appropriate for OT?

A child may be appropriate for OT if they are having difficulty performing the activities they want and need to do in their daily life, or are showing delays in typical childhood development. 


Our clinic provides OT services to children with a variety of different needs and/or diagnoses, including but not limited to: children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Down syndrome, developmental delays, genetic conditions, ADHD, sensory processing disorders, learning disabilities, and more. 

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This service is offered in person and via telehealth.

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