Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists work with children who are having challenges in participating in their daily activities. Occupational therapy is used to work with infants and children who are challenged in reaching their developmental milestones in social, self-help, and fine motor skills, as well as with children who are having difficulty organizing and integrating information from their environment. The goal of occupational therapy is to help each child participate in everyday activities of their lives, such as playing with other children, dressing/caring for themselves, and helping out at home. Occupational therapists will evaluate your child’s weaknesses and strengths and treat the child based on his/her needs.