Occupational Therapy’s goal is to promote independence in childhood occupations while assisting in the further development of the following areas: Gross motor, fine motor, sensory, visual-motor & social-emotional skills
Our Occupational Therapy Program focuses on play, leisure, academics, Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) & Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADLs). Activities of Daily Living include increasing independence with dressing, bathing, grooming (i.e. toothbrushing), use of utensils for self-feeding. Instrumental Activities of Daily Living include increasing independence with the completion of housework/chores, meal preparation, managing finances, participation in hobbies.We make sessions feel like play. Board games, crafts & obstacle courses are often included in the treatment plan — so that children are developing skills while having fun!