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OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
Pediatric occupational therapists work with children, youth and their families to promote active participation in activities or occupations that are meaningful to them. Occupations are activities that allow children to participate in play, learning and self-care tasks within their natural environment. In order to participate in these activities, children need to have good fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, visual processing skills, sensory processing skills, cognitive skills, executive functioning, and so much more. An occupational therapy evaluation evidenced based treatment techniques are appropriate for your child and family. Our goal is to promote independence and engagement in everyday routines by addressing your child’s individual needs.
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