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People may think that occupational therapy (OT) is only for adults. Children, after all, do not have occupations. But a child's main job is playing and learning. An occupational therapist can assist children in being successful with their childhood occupations including play activities, school performance, self-care activities, community skills and socializing. Occupational therapy for children focuses on developing the underlying sensory and motor foundations necessary for skill development and promoting the acquisition of strategies needed for successful participation in daily life activities. Our therapists provide a range of supportive services:


  • Formal and informal assessment and screening handwriting
  • Direct one-to-one individualized intervention
  • Consultation with parents, school and other professionals
  • Education for parents and teachers
  • Recommendations for classroom and home customized for your child
  • School and home visits


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We use play-based approaches and activities to develop:



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pediatric OT