Our team of Occupational Therapy Practitioners treat children of all ages with varied conditions including:
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Brachial Plexus Injuries
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Ehlers Danlos Syndrome
- Sensory Processing Dysfunction
- Visual Impairments
Your child may be in need of occupational therapy if:
- He or she gets tired easily and has a hard time completing tasks which require strength or endurance
- He or she has difficulty with fine motor skills as evident by difficulty playing with small objects or coloring with an efficient grasp.
- He or she Has visual perceptual difficulties as evident by having a hard time coloring within the lines, writing on a line with proper spacing, putting a puzzle together, or location an object in a busy scene.
- He or she has difficulty with balance or gross motor coordination activities including riding a bike, skipping, climbing on a playground, or getting dressed.
- He or she is sensitive to sensory stimulation including touch, textures, sounds, movement, taste, or light.
- He or she has difficulty visually attending to a task or tracking with isolated eye movements which may be seen in tasks such as writing, reading, and catching a ball.
The Alert Program
Self-regulation strategies to develop and maintain the appropriate level of alertness.
Therapeutic Listening Program
Improves auditory and vestibular processing to improve attention, listening, following directions and movement within the environment.
Handwriting Without Tears
Helps children of all ages with the daily task of writing.
Individualized Sensory Diets
- Designed to provide each client with the necessary sensory input needed to stay focused and organized throughout the day.
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children improve their ability to perform activities of daily living including play, leisure, work, self-care and social skills. These skills are important for a child’s mental, physical and emotional development.