Pediatric Occupational Therapy

  • Pediatric Occupational Therapy

    Our occupational therapists utilize the most current evaluation tools and clinical standards in determining the appropriate treatment for each child. We start by communicating directly with parents/guardians to determine the family’s goals and priorities. Then, through individualized evaluations, our therapists find solutions to help maximize independence and increase participation in daily activities, including self-care, learning and play.

    Throughout treatment, our occupational therapists assist children to engage in their occupation of playing and learning, building the skills and confidence to thrive in their environments.

    Our occupational therapy program can provide significant benefits for:

    • Visual motor / perceptual skills
    • Fine motor delay
    • Handwriting
    • Autism spectrum disorders
    • Attention deficit disorders
    • Oral aversion and feeding skills
    • Upper extremity strength and endurance
    • Sensory processing disorders / self-regulation
    • Social skills and social thinking development
    • Neuromuscular and developmental performance
    • Postural training and body mechanics
    • Orthotic and adaptive equipment
    • Genetic syndromes (including Down syndrome)
    • Neurological conditions/Cerebral palsy/Spina Bifida
    • Post-Concussion

    Contact a pediatric therapy center near you for more information.