Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Pediatric occupational therapists are licensed clinicians trained to work with children and their families to promote participation in functional activities or occupation that are meaningful to them; including fine and gross motor skills, developmentally appropriate play skills and self-help skills.
Our pediatric occupational therapists work with children from birth to age seven.
What to expect:
- Once a referral is received from your healthcare provider, you will be scheduled for an evaluation with one of our specialized pediatric therapists.
- The therapist will look closely to determine if motor, visual-motor, visual perception, sensory processing, social-emotional or other areas are contributing to the functional difficulty.
- Improve motor skills and aid in developmental skills progress.
- Participate in self-care activities
- Develop age-appropriate play skills.
- Skilled support and hands-on techniques to guide your child in learning new skills and overcoming individual challenges.
Pediatric conditions we treat:
- Breastfeeding issues in newborns
- Brachial plexus
- Cerebral palsy
- Down syndrome
- Developmental delay Follow-up care after a premature birth
- Sensory processing issues
- Autism spectrum disorder
- Traumatic brain injury
- Neurological disorders
- Visual perception / processing issues
Contact your healthcare provider to find out if occupational therapy is right for your child.
Interpreter services are available.
Fax referrals to 612-873-1989