About Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy uses a variety of therapeutic approaches to improve function and engagement in meaningful, everyday activities. Within the pediatric population, everyday activities include self care, play/leisure, social participation, and school/ vocational performance. Occupational therapists look at the performance skills in each of these areas of occupation to understand the underlying issues affecting the child’s ability to engage in age-expected activities.  These skills might include strength, reflexes, endurance, gross motor and fine motor coordination, visual motor skills, sensory modulation, attention, organization, adaptation, and interaction.

Therapeutic Tools

  • OT evaluations using standardized testing
  • Sensory Integration therapy
  • Handwriting Without Tears/ Size Matters Program
  • Brain Gym
  • Keyboarding
  • Reflex Integration
  • The Alert Program/ Zones of Regulation
  • Activities of daily living training
  • Core strengthening programs
  • Astronaut Training program
  • Interoception

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