Occupational Therapy helps children perform skills of daily living. This includes self-help skills, oral motor function (eating), strength, movement patterns, range of motion, sensory systems, and fine motor skills.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy requires a physician’s prescription for evaluation and treatment. If you feel your child needs therapy, please contact your child’s pediatrician.
About the Program
Our Occupational Therapy professionals are trained in assessment and treatment, providing therapy to promote activities for daily living, executive function, and leisure. They also evaluate and perform treatment for needs with sensory integration and dysfunction.