What we do
Occupational therapy

Occupational therapists use a variety of assessment and treatment techniques in order to identify not only areas of developmental concern, but also a child’s strengths and inherent gifts in order to improve fine motor skills, visual-motor skills, handwriting, strength and dexterity, coordination, and the ability to process sensory information.  In addition, occupational therapists help children to maximize their functional independence in all areas of daily living including play, communication, dressing, eating, toileting, bathing, and grooming.  Our occupational therapists specialize in the treatment of children with developmental disabilities from ages birth to twenty-one, and will work with you and your family to help your child flourish at home, at school, and in social settings.

Physicians may recommend occupational therapy for children diagnosed with: