Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy can help your child to improve with regard to a number of important skills, including a variety of self-help skills such as self-care, dressing, and eating. Occupational Therapy can also help your child to improve fine motor skills, such as reaching, grasping, and manipulation of objects. Our licensed occupational therapists have extensive experience with sensory integration techniques and are trained to identify and treat sensory issues using the latest research-based approaches. Occupational Therapy can help to oral-motor and feeding issues, such as "picky eaters", texture sensitivities, gagging/pocketing of food, etc. Our occupational therapists are knowledgeable about various approaches to address feeding and oral-motor concerns. Occupational Therapy can help your child to obtain any necessary orthotics and equipment. Our occupational therapists have extensive knowledge of equipment and orthotics and work closely with any specialists with whom your child is involved.