Pediatric Occupational Therapists guide and assist children to perform in their daily life occupations. A child’s primary occupations include play, self-care, and school activities.
Our Occupational Therapists assess fine motor, gross motor coordination, sensory processing, visual perceptual and visual motor skills, attention and self-care skills. Treatment centers on using purposeful activities to provide exposure to new activities and tasks to assist with functional development.
Various theories and techniques are incorporated into the treatment sessions:
- Sensory integrative treatment
- Perceptual motor
- Sensorimotor approach
- Cognitive goal directed
- Compensatory skill development
- Integrated Listening System (iLs)
- Direct treatment
- Parent education