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Children who have experienced injury, illness or disability that impedes their ability to live life independently and to its fullest often engage in Occupational Therapy. Therapists work with children in self-care skills, education, work or social interaction – encouraging them to participate in these activities despite impairments, physical limitations and/or mental functioning.
Our therapists taken a holistic approach to treatment. They work with children to identify
ways for them to adapt to situations. They also use a sensory-based approach that aligns with how a child processes and responds to sensory information.
Occupational therapists work with children of all ages and levels. Often children who have had the following challenges/diagnosis benefit greatly from occupational therapy.
-Visual Perceptual/Visual Motor Deficits
-Fine Motor Delay
-Deficits in Activities of daily living
-Brain/spinal cord injuries
-Mental health/behavioral problems
-Broken bones or orthopedic injuries
-Multiple sclerosis, spina bifida, and cerebral palsy
At the initial appointment, a certified occupational therapist will work with you to evaluate your child using a variety of assessment tools to gain a complete/holistic picture of your child. They will then develop a plan customized to your child based on specific goals. They will share their findings with you and explain the treatment plan in detail.
The therapists will develop customized interventions designed to help your child reach the goals that were identified to help your child be more functional at home, in school, while playing and in community environments.
Throughout the process the therapist will involve you to gather information and provide insight on your child. Face-to-face, home visits and teletherapy appointments are available.