Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Our Pediatric Occupational Therapist can identify and treat difficulties that interfere with a child’s ability to perform functional daily living skills, academic skills, and peer activities.
The evaluation consists of parent interview, standardized testing, informal assessment, and play based interaction to determine the child’s current fine motor, visual perceptual, and sensory motor abilities. Treatment sessions are individualized and focused on improving fine motor skills, handwriting, body awareness, attention/focus, arousal level, sensory processing, and self help skills.
Motor and Sensory conditions treated:
- Fine motor challenges
- Sensory processing challenges
- Developmental conditions (e.g., Down Syndrome)
- Orthopedic conditions and upper extremity problems/disorders
- Upper extremity orthotic fabrication and fitting
- Handwriting concerns
- Visual perceptual