Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services
Board certified and state licensed pediatric occupational therapist providing in-home services based on your child’s individual needs
Skill Areas Addressed
Handwriting legibility is addressed including underlying fine motor control, postural strength, and visual perceptual skills. Various teaching curriculums and supports are implemented as needed to improve sizing, spacing, orientation, and letter formation.
Various curriculums and supports are implemented to give children the tools to participate in the varying expectations of their home and school environments.
Daily Life Skills
Underlying skills needed for self care tasks are addressed with a client-centered approach in a child’s natural environment. Specialty areas including feeding and toileting.
Foundational executive functioning skills including organization, problem solving, attention, and time management are addressed with various frameworks and tools to improve performance in the home and school settings.
Gross Motor Skills
Activities to improve gross motor skills including bilateral coordination, core strengthening, and postural stability are implemented to improve participation in daily tasks.
Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor dexterity, coordination, and strength are necessary for various daily life tasks such as handwriting, dressing, and self feeding. Grasping, reaching, and pinching are examples of different fine motor patterns addressed.