Pediatric Occupational Therapy
When we discuss Occupational Therapy for children, we're referring to help for any activity they engage in - from play to self-care, school performance to social interactions. It's critical that kids develop these skills so they can become independent adults. Pediatric occupational therapists address many skills needed for success in a child's daily life.
We provide evaluation, intervention and consultation in:
- Adaptive equipment modifications
- Environmental adaptations
- Fine motor/handwriting skills
- Motor planning
- Oral motor functioning
- Self-help skills
- Sensory integration
- Visual motor therapy
Does my child need occupational therapy?
If you are concerned your child might need occupational therapy, speak to her physician about referring her for an evaluation.
Milestones for Children