top of page

Occupational therapy

Our team of pediatric occupational therapists specializes in helping children develop the skills they need to participate in daily activities and reach their full potential.  The role of a pediatric occupational therapist is to assess each child's strengths and weaknesses, and then work with them to develop personalized goals and treatment plans. They use a variety of techniques and interventions to address issues related to fine and gross motor skills, sensory processing, hand-eye coordination, balance, and social-emotional development.

Speech bubble website (2).png

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs)

Developing age-appropriate skills for their daily routines

Occupational Therapy Will Support:

  • Dressing

  • Hygiene (brushing teeth, washing hands)

  • Feeding

  • Play skills

Child Brushing Teeth
Speech bubble website (1).png

Sensory Regulation

Providing parent education for understanding the sensory systems. 

Occupational Therapy Will Support:

  • Feeding

  • Acceptance of different textures

  • Social Skills

  • Self-Monitoring

  • Emotional Development

  • Attention/Concentration

Kids in Preschool
Speech bubble website (4).png

Fine and Visual Motor Skills

Improving foundational skills for play and development

Occupational Therapy Will Support:

  • Strength

  • Coordination

  • Grasping/Holding

  • Stacking/Lacing

  • Pre-writing

  • Scissors/cutting

Kids Drawing
Speech bubble website (3).png

Executive Function

Enabling children to plan, focus attention, remember, and juggle multiple tasks

Occupational Therapy Will Support: 

  • ​Attention/Concentration

  • Problem Solving

  • Task Squencing

  • Impulse Control

Kids in Daycare
bottom of page