Our experienced occupational therapists evaluate the child’s sensorimotor skills by dointhe complete assessment of gross and fine motor skills, praxis, sensory processing abilities and their unusual or stereotyped mannerisms.
An occupational therapy evaluation is indicated when deficits exist in functional skills or occupational performance in the areas of play or leisure, self-maintenance through activities of daily living, or productive school and work tasks.
Fine Motor/Handwriting Skill Development
Play and Socialization
Sensory Integration, Sensory Diets, and Home Programs
Feeding and Oral Motor Needs, Picky Feeders and Food Avoidance
Self Help Skills & Activities of Daily Living
Environmental Adaptations for Home and School Settings
Assessment and Treatment including Interactive Metronome, Therapeutic Listening, The Listening Program, and the Integrated Listening System (iLs)
Visual Motor and Visual Perceptual Skills
Strength and Endurance