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Why is Occupational Therapy Recommended?

Our Occupational Therapists live right here within our community.  With years of experience working with pediatric clients, they have proven strategies to develop the best plan tailored to your child's unique needs.

Occupational Therapy is proven to assist in:

  • Improving sensory processing

  • Improving ADHD

  • Enabling new learning

  • Supporting and encouraging parents' relationship with their child

  • Cognitive skills – remembering letters, shapes and sequences

  • Fine motor skills – finger dexterity, wrist and forearm control, and hand strength

  • Gross motor skills – balance and body coordination

  • Self-care tasks – dressing, bathing, self-feeding, etc.

  • Social skills – taking turns, listening and following directions, etc.

Occupational Therapy assists patients in developing critical components of everyday life, including: motor, cognitive, sensory processing, communication, and play skills. Our company's goal is to enhance development, minimize the potential for developmental delay, and help families meet the unique needs of their child. The sooner your child completes an evaluation and receives a diagnosis, the quicker they can succeed. Our licensed therapists work with you to develop a family-centered plan ensuring your child's success.

An Occupational Therapist (OT) is a trained medical professional who evaluated and treats children who have difficulty participating in meaningful activities such as playing, learning, and going to school.

During an occupational therapy session, the OT may work with your child on activities such as:

  • Games that involve catching or hitting a ball to improve coordination. 

  • Strategies to make daily tasks like brushing teeth, getting dressed and feeding easier and more efficient. 

  • Techniques to improve focus. 

  • Activities to improve handwriting and fine motor skills

  • Social skills

  • Strategies to address time management

  • Establish organization skills at home and school

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