Occupational Therapy Services

Regulating Emotions &

Completing Daily Living Tasks

The skills required to manage one’s basic physical needs, including personal hygiene or grooming, dressing, toileting, transferring or ambulating, and eating.

Fine Motor Skills

Phonological disorder is a type of speech sound disorder. Speech sound disorders are the inability to correctly form the sounds of words. 

Visual-Motor Skills

Visual-motor integration is the ability of your child’s hands and eyes to work together to guide their movements. Their eyes tell their brain how to move, and then their brain tells their hands to move there. Visual-motor integration is the ability to incorporate visual information that we perceive with our motor skills in order to correctly execute the movement of our arms, legs, and body. Visual motor skills are integral to an efficient and coordinated movement which allows your child to successfully engage in daily occupations. Visual-motor integration is important for handwriting, playing, feeding, and much more.

Sensory Issues

A sensory processing disorder, is condition in which the brain has trouble receiving information from the senses.

Our occupational therapy sessions are offered in preschool and kindergarten classrooms as well as individual appointments

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