Occupational Therapy

Children participate in Occupational Therapy services when they experience challenges in everyday activities, we call occupations- self-care, play, education, leisure, rest/sleep, and social participation.  Your child will first start with an Occupational Therapy evaluation to identify the underlying skills that are inhibiting and facilitating your child’s participation in their occupations.  After the evaluation, your child’s therapist will develop a treatment plan increase your child’s independence and participation in meaningful occupations.  Your child will then begin their Occupational Therapy treatment.  Your Occupational Therapist will use their expert knowledge and skills while using meaningful activities, which will often look like play, to challenge your child to develop the skills inhibiting their participation in meaningful occupations.  The Occupational Therapist may also provide recommendations, including activities to do at home between treatment sessions to continue their progress or adaptations or modifications to improve your child’s participation in meaningful occupations.


Your child may benefit...

Children identified with a disability often benefit from Occupational Therapy to improve their participation in meaningful occupations.  Examples of disabilities that benefit from Occupational Therapy treatment include:

  • Autism
  • ADHD
  • Down Syndrome
  • Fragile X
  • Sensory Processing Difficulties
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • Dyspraxia or Apraxia
  • Intellectual Disability
  • Developmental Disability
  • Brain Injuries

Some children not identified with a disability can also benefit from Occupational Therapy.  Children who may benefit from Occupational Therapy services may have difficulties described below:

  • Difficulty or slow to learn to dress self
  • Difficulty with transitioning from pureed food to solid foods
  • Illegible handwriting
  • Difficulty holding or picking up objects
  • Very clumsy, may bump into walls or furniture
  • Emotional response does not fit the situation
  • Difficulty calming self or settling for bed
  • Appears to be in constant motion
  • Extremely fearful of movement or touching certain textures
  • Picky eater
  • Difficulty completing puzzles

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To find out if your child would benefit from Occupational Therapy services, contact us today!