Pediatric and Developmental Occupational Therapy 

When your child is struggling with desired daily life activities that they are expected to participate in, they are struggling with their “occupation”. These activities that they are struggling with may include problems associated with fine motor functioning.

We use fine motor skills to make small movements such as handwriting, eating, and additional self-care activities such as brushing teeth. Fine motor skills are complex and involve the coordinated efforts of the brain and muscles. They’re built on the gross motor skills that allow us to make bigger movements. 

Furthermore, our occupational therapists work with patients on social skills, executive functioning, attention/ sequencing, self-regulation, and visual motor skills.   

Our practices are intended to improve confidence and empower children to participate at home, in school, and the community one ability at a time. Our therapists will find fun and creative ways to improve your child’s fine motor skills and improve their ability to perform functional daily activities.​​

Our Occupational Therapy Interventions 

Our occupational therapists treat all of the following, but not limited to: 

Aquatic Therapy
- Brachial Plexus Injury
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Attention Deficit Disorder/ Attention Deficit Hyperactivity  Disorders
- Fine Motor Delay
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Genetic Disorders

Kinesio Taping
Therapeutic Listening
Sensory Integration
Electrical Stimulation
Feeding Therapy