Pediatric occupational therapy follows the child’s development and uses structured play to help children improve motor skills, sensory processing, self-regulation, and social development.
The first step is to determine each child's needs and establish goals for therapy. Find out if your child can benefit from occupational therapy, and learn strategies to support their development.
You may consider occupational therapy for your child if they have with delays in sensory processing, motor skills, coordination, or social participation.
Home and School Consultation
For families looking to find strategies for home or in the classroom. Learn how to incorporate sensory-based adaptations to your home environment to support your child's development. Facilitate classroom adaptations to meet your child's needs.