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What is Occupational Therapy
and how can my child benefit?

A child’s occupation is to play, learn, be independent with their self-care activities, socialize appropriately with peers, be successful in school, self-regulate and have healthy self-esteem. Pediatric Occupational Therapists evaluate and treat children with disorders or delays that may inhibit their ability to succeed in these areas.

Pediatric Occupational Therapy focuses on…

the progressive development and improvement of a child’s occupational performance by addressing:
Sensory Integration
Balance, Coordination, Strength, and Endurance
Fine Motor Dexterity
Bilateral Coordination
Upper Body and Core Strengthening
Visual-Motor Integration
Play and Social Skills
Feeding and Oral Motor Skills
Activities of Daily Living such as Feeding, Bathing, Toileting, Grooming, Dressing, etc.
Academic Skills including Attention and Handwriting Skills
Behavioral Difficulties
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