Our pediatric occupational therapists will help your child to achieve whole-body competence. We use children's strengths to improve their motor, sensory, and social function. Our goal is to reach maximum potential and independence.
Occupational therapy identifies the expectations (life roles, occupations) of each child and creates a unique treatment plan that considers family, school, and community environments.
Occupational therapists work with motor control, strength and endurance, functional hand use, visual motor integration, handwriting, sensory processing, perception, feeding, and social skills.
Including but not limited to: