Occupational Therapy

Children should be able to play and participate in their everyday activities but sometimes that is difficult. Children with Occupational therapy needs can have difficulty with the everyday tasks of writing, coloring, cutting, dressing, eating, and playing. Some children are unable to self-regulate or navigate through their environments due to sensory processing disorder or difficulties.

Children that have difficulty performing everyday tasks can fall behind in school, have difficulty making friends, become easily frustrated, and may even shut down. Our occupational therapists have exceptional training and extensive experience working with children that have various difficulties.

We work closely with everyone involved in your child’s development to implement a plan to help your child become successful in all environments

  • Feeding and swallowing
  • Fine motor skills
  • Vision
  • Visual perception
  • Visual motor integration
  • Sensory integration
  • Movement disorders
  • Dressing and grooming skills