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Occupational Therapy

Engaging childhood.

Occupational Therapists help children reach their fullest potential within their “occupations” or daily activities. For children, these daily activities include play, learning and socialization. Sometimes, challenges in the areas of sensory processing, emotional regulation, gross, fine, oral-motor and visual-motor skills can prevent a child from developing the skills necessary to function and engage successfully in their home, school, play and community environments.
We work with a wide range of children including, but not limited to, those experiencing challenges related to the following: 
Autism Spectrum Disorder
Down Syndrome
Mood Disorders
Sensory Processing Disorder
Feeding Aversions
Learning Disabilities
Fine and Visual Motor Challenges
Gross Motor Control
Social Engagement

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