Better independence and quality of life
Our occupational therapists help children improve their ability to perform day-to-day tasks. Therapy may involve the development of self-care abilities, handwriting, the adaptation of daily activities, balance and coordination, sensory integrative development, achieving developmental milestones through gross and fine motor play, and more.
Benefits of Occupational Therapy for Children
Developing essential physical, cognitive, and social skills is crucial during the early years of a child’s life.
- Sensory Processing Issues: Children who have difficulty processing information from the five senses may struggle with over or under-sensitivity, leading to attention difficulties. An occupational therapist can assist these children in managing their sensory processing issues.
- Self-Help Skills: Occupational therapy can help young children develop self-help skills such as toileting, dressing, and grooming.
- Fine and Gross Motor Skills: Occupational therapy can help children overcome difficulties with fine motor skills (using small muscles in the fingers and forearm) and gross motor skills (involving the movement of large muscles in the legs, arms, and torso).
- Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD): Occupational therapists can design personalized plans to help children with ASD develop awareness, coordination, and communication skills.
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Not sure what program best suits your child’s needs? Contact us now so that we can assess your child’s condition and therapy requirements.