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Services: Occupational Therapy


Pediatric Occupational therapists address a wide variety of physical, emotional, behavioral, and social deficits that limit a child’s ability to perform their “occupations” as a child such as learning, playing, performing activities of daily living and interacting with others. Occupational Therapists use functional activities, combined with manual muscle techniques, specialized programs, and assistive technology to achieve independence and improve progress in children with special needs.


Occupational Therapy may benefit children struggling with:


  • Developmental delays of fine and gross motor skills

  • Attention Deficits

  • Handwriting difficulties

  • Sensory integration dysfunction

  • Visual tracking difficulties


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