Your child may benefit from occupational Therapy if he/she experiences any of the following:

  • Visual motor / perceptual skills 
  • Fine motor delay
  • Handwriting
  • Autism spectrum disorders
  • Attention deficit disorders
  • Sensory and behaviorally based feeding disorders
  • Upper extremity strength and endurance
  • Sensory processing disorders / self-regulation
  • Social skills and social thinking development
  • Neuromuscular and developmental performance
  • Postural training and body mechanics
  • Orthotic and adaptive equipment
  • Genetic syndromes (including Down syndrome)
  • Neurological conditions/Cerebral palsy/Spina Bifida
  • Post-Concussion 

Contact us for more information on how occupational therapy could assist your child. 

Our occupational therapists utilize the most current evaluation tools and clinical standards in determining the appropriate treatment for each child. We start by communicating directly with parents/guardians to determine the family’s goals and priorities. Then, through individualized evaluations, our therapists find solutions to help maximize independence and increase participation in daily activities, including self-care, learning and play.

  • Dislikes being held or cuddled
  • Dislikes being on tummy
  • Has not reached developmental milestones
  • Has stiff or loose arms
  • Has non-fluid arm movements
  • Difficulty performing tasks with both hands
  • Difficulty cutting with scissors
  • Has poor handwriting
  • Is over or under reactive to touch, movement, sights, sounds, taste, or textures
  • Dislikes wearing certain clothing
  • Difficulty using eyes and hands together
  • Difficulty dressing/tying shoes
  • Difficulty buttoning, snapping, zipping Has trouble performing self-care tasks Erratic arousal/alertness
  • Has poor attention to task
  • Difficulty with transitions
  • Has excessive tantrums
  • Difficulty with changes in routine
  • Difficulty making friends, interacting or keeping up with peers 
  • Poor eye contact
  • Is clumsy and uncoordinated
  • Has difficulty maintaining posture
  • Is unable to sit still
  • Has poor balance and body awareness
  • Walks on toes frequently


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