Our licensed occupational therapists help children gain independence and develop functional skills.
Our OTs specialize in pediatrics and work with families to help their children gain independence and promote development of skills that children need for their many “jobs” – including play, self-care (dressing, feeding, grooming), and interacting with others. They work with families to develop individualized goals that help children to be more functional in their home, school, play, and community environments.
Occupational therapists often use a sensory-based approach to identify challenges related to the way a child processes and responds to sensory information. They work with families to develop strategies to help the child cope with their sensory differences so that they can interact in their world with more ease and enjoyment.