Occupational therapy helps children learn the skills of living. OTs work with children of all abilities including Autism, Down’s Syndrome, learning disabilities and handwriting concerns.
Regular sessions touch on fine and gross motor skills, sensory integration and self-regulation, self-care and social skill development, depending on your child’s needs.
In addition, specialized interventions include:
- Learning Without Tears
- Feeding (SOS Approach)
- Adaptive design
- DIR/Floortime Basic
- STAR Institute for sensory processing intervention