Occupational Therapy:

The Occupational Therapist specializes in fine motor (small muscle) skills, oral motor skills, cognitive perceptual skills, visual-motor coordination, visual-spatial processing and daily self-care tasks including: feeding, dressing, toileting, and functional mobility. Occupational Therapists also work with children who have difficulty processing sensory information. Sensory processing is a neurological process of organizing sensations for our use in everyday life.

Occupational Therapists also conduct home modification evaluations to provide accessibility, transfer assistance, fall prevention, safety bars and seating in bathrooms, kitchens and throughout the home.

Occupational Therapy