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occupational therapy

what is pediatric OT?

Pediatric occupational therapy is a holistic therapy that supports & enhances functional skills & development through occupations. OTs help infants, toddlers, children, and their families develop skills to support participation in activities of daily living, play, sleep, learning, physical, social, and emotional development. 


To get started with services, our occupational therapists will conduct an initial evaluation, consisting of a parent interview, standardized assessment, and clinical observations, to determine how occupational therapy can support your family. We provide a written report and a parent meeting, including our findings, goals, and recommendations for services to support your child's development. 

private sessions​

We offer individualized therapy services at our 2700-square feet clinic, as well as at your child's school and within the home setting. We target skills such as:

  • Fine Motor

  • Gross Motor

  • Visual Motor

  • Executive Functioning

  • Sensory Processing

  • Social-Emotional


  • Sensory Integration

  • Handwriting without Tears

  • Oral Motor and Feeding Therapy

  • Self-Regulation

  • Myofunctional Therapy

  • Motor Development

  • Executive Functioning

  • Social Skills

  • Zones of Regulation ®

  • The Alert Program ®

  • Social Thinking ®

  • Picture Exchange Communication System

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