Pediatric Occupational Therapy


Pediatric occupational therapists help children work towards engaging fully in all aspects of their lives. These include development, play, academics, self care, mealtimes, and much more!

Pediatric occupational therapists work with the family, child and physician to develop an appropriate course of treatment.

Pediatric Occupational Therapists provide evaluation and training of:

  • fine motor skills and uses of hands
  • activities for daily living, such as feeding, dressing, and bathing
  • feeding difficulties, including oral motor deficits and oral aversion
  • developmental skills
  • eye hand coordination, including visual motor coordination and visual perceptual skills
  • Sensory Integration training.
  • academic skills such as following directions, problem solving, and hand writing
  • social and emotional skills
  • Adaptive/ assistive equipment and upper body splinting needs. (For more information, e-mail us)