Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a mode of treatment that uses purposeful activities of self-care, work and play/leisure to increase independence, enhance development and/or prevent disability. Our Occupational Therapists work closely with children to assist them in becoming proficient in activities of daily living including self care (bathing, dressing, feeding, grooming, toileting) and work and leisure (play, learning, social skills, house chores). Occupational Therapists use techniques including sensory integration, reward/ignore, adapting the equipment and environment, concentration and attention modulating.