An Occupational Therapist will work with your child to improve their independence in the following areas:
Self-Care Skills for dressing, feeding, toileting, and bathing
Fine and Visual Motor Skills for handwriting, cutting, playing games
Coordination and Balance for riding a bike and playing on the playground
Sensory Processing Skills to participate in school, home, and community with appropriate responses to sensory information in their environment
Self-Regulation Skills to participate in school, home, and community
An Occupational Therapist will work with community organizations to facilitate inclusion of children of all abilities. Inclusive Designs may include:
Modifications/Adaptations to the environment
Implementing best practices to support children with disabilities in the community
Designing Sensory Room
Adapt Curriculum or Programs
An Occupational Therapist will work with 4-6 children to learn a specific skill over the course of several weeks. For some skills, children learn better in a group setting. Group sessions will be offered throughout the year. Group sessions may address the following skills:
Fine Motor Skills
Play and Grow Therapy
At Play and Grow Therapy, we want to make sure your child and family have the skills needed for your child be successful in living their life to the fullest. We are also committed to educating and supporting community businesses to ensure all families have access, are supported, and included to participate and engage in their communities regardless of their abilities.
If your child is having difficulty meeting the demands of their day at home, at school, or in the community, please let us help. Contact us for more information.