commonly treated

 

  • AUTISM
  • LEARNING DISABILITIES
  • CEREBRAL PALSY
  • FINE MOTOR DELAYS
  • DOWN SYNDROME
  • GENERAL MOTOR DELAY
  • SENSORY PROCESSING DISORDERS
  • FEEDING PROBLEMS
  • PHYSICAL DISABILITIES
  • SELF-HELP SKILLS
  • NEUROLOGICAL DEFICITS
  • TORTICOLLIS
  • PLAGIOCEPHALY 

pediatric Occupational Therapy

The 1st treatment starts with a comprehensive OT evaluation using standardized and non-standardized testing, and parent consultation to develop a client-centered treatment plan to help your child.  

hOW TO DETERMINE WHAT tREATMENT TO PROVIDE?

​​Therapy That Makes Sense

TheraSens, Inc



What is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist?


Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) helps prevent, develop, improve, sustain, and restore children's abilities and functions that allow them to perform meaningful daily activities and routines. OT's provide skilled services that target in developing: fine motor skills, strength, coordination, balance, improved attention, motor planning, self-care skills, visual motor integration, handwriting, sensory integration, oral motor and feeding skills