Our occupational therapists, or OTs, work to increase your child’s independence in things they do every day!
They work on fine motor skills to help with things like putting on shoes, brushing teeth, and holding a fork.
They work on visual motor skills to help with things like putting on pants, reading and writing, and doing puzzles.
They work on self-care skills, like learning to use the toilet and bathe.
They work on gross motor skills to make sure both sides of the body are able to work together for everyday tasks, such as riding a bike, climbing the steps, or catching a ball.
They can assess your child’s unique sensory profile to help give them a list of activities that can help them focus and learn all throughout their day!