Fine Motor Function
Functional grasping, visual perceptual and motor skills, fine motor control, and manipulation for tasks such as writing, buttons, zippers, and shoe tying
Balance and body coordination, crossing midline, and ball skills.
Improving tactile sensitivities to textures, hair brushing, nail clipping, clothing aversions. Light, taste, smell, touch, and sound seeking or avoidance. Doesn’t recognize or react to aversive smells, sounds or touches. Difficulty with body movement, coordination, clumsiness. Frequent body movements, crashing, jumping, spinning. Assessment non-integrated reflexes that can inhibit development. Self-regulation and mindfulness education.
Pediatric Occupational Therapy services are tailored to encourage functional skill attainment and development of client and family-centered goals for play, school, and daily living skills. OT utilizes play-based activities to facilitate and provide a just right challenge for your child to help improve skills and promote self-esteem and confidence through successes.
Daily Living Skills
Organization and executive functioning skills. Dressing, Bathing, Self-feeding, Toileting. Cooking, Cleaning, and other instrumental activities of daily living
Remembering letters, numbers, sorting, sequencing, and shapes.
Turn taking, following directions, listening, and play skills with peers.