Occupational Therapy

The goal of Occupational Therapy is to help each child participate in activities of daily life, such as playing with other children, dressing and caring for themselves, as well as helping out around the house. Our highly qualified therapists work with children from infancy through adolescence who are challenged in reaching their developmental milestones in social, self-help, and functional use of their hands as well as with children who are having difficulty understanding the information from their environment and organizing it for an appropriate response.

A child’s “occupation” is play. They need this play in order to grow and develop and we will make sure that they have the skills and direction in order to maximize the benefits and continue to work toward independence. By creating a customized treatment plan specific to each child, our therapists are able to create engaging and fun activities that keep the children interested while also working toward important milestones in their development. From increasing strength in a particular area to fostering the brain’s development of neural pathways, the therapists monitor and direct the “play” in order to ensure that the primary goal is always the focus.

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