Occupational therapy helps a child develop the fine motor skills needed for activities in daily life such as playing with toys, writing and cutting with scissors. Our licensed therapists also teach alternative techniques and use of adaptive equipment to accomplish everyday tasks such as eating with utensils and dressing oneself.
Children with Autism and Sensory Processing Disorder are often referred to our occupational therapy department for help adapting to sensory and environmental distractions. Our facility houses a Sensory Integration Room with a ball pit, tunnels, swinging hammock and more.
We currently employ 12 occupational therapists with certifications in specialty areas ranging from feeding, sensory integration, handwriting, splinting, assistive technology and acute rehab.
To learn more about the experience and skills of each therapist, go to our Therapy Staff bio page here.