What is Occupational Therapy?

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Occupational Therapists are extensively skilled healthcare professionals who assess and support children facing challenges in engaging in essential activities or "occupations" required for their everyday routines, enabling them to lead a fulfilling life to the maximum extent possible

Some areas that occupational therapy can help with include: – Fine motor skills – Gross motor skills – Motor planning skills – Sensory processing difficulties – Visual motor and visual perceptual skills – Self-care – Decreased strength – Social emotional difficulties

Our pediatric Occupational Therapists evaluate a child’s current skills for playing, motor and neuromuscular performance, and daily activities. help maximize a child’s daily life skills, which include play, peer interaction, and self-care activities by addressing sensory, social, motor, and environmental issues.

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