Occupational Therapy

So your child/teen needs occupational therapy (OT), what does that mean?

Our occupational therapists work with children and teens who have difficulties with everyday activities including bathing, dressing, and eating. They help children learn to work through their limitations whether they are physical or sensory based. These limitations include sensitivity issues(clothing, touch, noise, light, etc.), hand-eye coordination, fine motor, vision and balance issues, and symptoms due to concussion.


We help children and teens in the following specialty areas:

  • Sensory Processing
  • Self regulation and concept
  • Therapeutic listening
  • Fine motor skill refinement
  • Activities of daily living
  • Cognitive development
  • Functional vision therapy
  • Assistive technology, such as computer use and environmental access