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Comprehensive Services

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We offer comprehensive services that begin with administering evaluations, developing plans of care that not only reflect areas of need, noted within the evaluation, but also collaborate with the client’s family to ensure we address areas of concern at home and within the community.

  • Sensory Integrative Techniques
  • Floor Time
  • Handwriting Without Tears
  • SOS Feeding Strategies
  • ARFID Strategies
  • Social Thinking Concepts
  • Neurodevelopmental Techniques
  • Executive Function Concepts

Why use My Pediatric OT Services

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What is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

Pediatric occupational therapists utilize everyday activities, play, exercises, and other modalities to help a child strengthen their fine and gross motor skills, visual motor skills, executive functioning and sensory processing while fostering independence to support a child’s engagement with peers and participation in their daily routine at home and within the community.

Who might benefit from OT?

Children might need occupational therapy, whether or not they have a medical condition or formal diagnosis. A child may benefit from OT services if they have:

  • Sensory processing challenges
  • Autism
  • Learning difficulties
  • Behavioral challenges
  • Developmental delays
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Difficulty with self-care tasks (dressing, eating, brushing teeth or hair, tying shoelaces)
  • Difficulty with visual motor skills (coloring, drawing, cutting)
  • Avoidance of playground activities (jumping, swinging, climbing, monkey bars)
  • Demonstrates a sensitivity to touch, sounds, movement experiences and/or visual stimulation
  • Difficulty sustaining attention to tasks
  • Handwriting challenges (pencil grip, legibility, pace, organization)
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Services

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We offer comprehensive services that begin with administering evaluations, developing plans of care that not only reflect areas of need, noted within the evaluation, but also collaborate with the client’s family to ensure we address areas of concern at home and within the community.

Motor Skills

Occupational therapists are able to address weaknesses related to a child's fine and gross motor skills. 

Feeding Intervention

Providing opportunities to challenge and move the child along the food continuum to aid in their comfort level around foods while also increasing food repertoire.

Sensory Processing

Sensory Processing is an ability to attain sensory stimuli, understand/process and produce functional responses.

Play-Based Therapy

Through play we are able to facilitate engagement in challenging tasks with modalities to increase a child’s engagement as we build resilience and skills. 

Coaching

Providing knowledge, support, and strategies to staff and caregivers addressing self-regulation within the preschool through elementary classroom setting.

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