Services & Programs
Motor Skill Development
Maximizing Your Child’s Potential
- Comprehensive Evaluations
- Individualized Plan of Care
- One-on-One Therapy in Clinic, Home, or School
- Small Therapeutic Groups including Handwriting, Feeding, Social Skills
- Open Gym for Parent-Child Sensory-Motor Free Play
- Consultations with caregivers, teachers, and other medical professionals
- Customized Home Programming
- Therapeutic Summer Camps
Pediatric occupational therapists deliver skilled therapeutic treatments to infants, toddlers, and school-aged children, and adolescents.
Sensory processing, or Sensory Integration, is a complex neurological process that allows an individual to respond to their environment and current conditions in the most adaptive or efficient manner.
Sensory Open Gym
Sensory Open Gym is a parent – child play experience. During designated times, our gym provides a fun and safe place for children ages 2 to 10 years.
Motor Skill Development
We often hear about developmental milestones; these are basic motor skills that children are expected to achieve at various stages within early childhood.
Reflex Integration connects and builds the nervous system so it can deliver rapid and efficient transmission of impulses along nerve cells, thereby synthesizing and automating responses
Training & Consults
We believe that children thrive when their communities are equipped with the knowledge and tools necessary to nurture their growth.
Although there is no cure for Tourette Syndrome (TS), there are treatments to help manage the tics caused by TS. Through skilled intervention, the child gains ways to manage their tics. They may be able to reduce the frequency, severity, and/or impact of their tics on daily life.
Occupational therapists build skills to enhance an individual’s participation and performance during Activities of Daily Living as well as Instrumental Activities of Daily Living.
Children benefit from taking part in small groups that encourage participation, imagination, creativity, learning through role playing, and provides opportunities for observation of other children.
Handwriting / Dysgraphia
Handwriting is an integral part of a child’s development and important for academics, communication, and many other tasks throughout their lifetime.
Children may experience difficulties in feeding due to a variety of reasons. When a child is struggling with feeding, it may be caused by or can lead to medical, psychological, and social concerns.
Social-Emotional competence is necessary for developing positive relationships, handling challenges, acting in a way that is appropriate for the situation, and regulating behavior based on thoughtful decision making.