Occupational Therapy (O.T.) focuses on achieving functional independence through therapeutic interventions addressing perceptual motor skills, fine motor skills, strength, coordination, sensory integration/sensory processing, and self-care activities. O.T.’s promote and develop a child’s participation in everyday activities and facilitate a child’s independence. An Occupational Therapist may help a child who is experiencing difficulty with self-care (dressing, bathing, brushing teeth, hair care, hand washing), body and spatial awareness, handwriting, coloring, fine motor coordination, modulation, and regulation of sensory input from movement, touch/textures, sounds, sights, tastes, play and social skills. Our Occupational Therapists utilize a variety of treatment techniques and equipment in a safe and fun environment to achieve age appropriate functional goals.