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Occupational Therapy

Fine motor

Improving strength and provision to accomplish grasping objects, writing, cutting with scissors, shoe-tying, fasteners on clothing, etc.

Daily Living Skills

Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) in children include: sleep, eating, dressing, bathing, grooming, and play.


Sensory processing disorders can mean a child is overstimulated or understimulated by outside sources such as: sound, touch, smell, taste, and sight.

Gross motor

These are whole body movements that serve as the foundation for all activities. Core stabilization and coordination are essential for sitting, crawling, walking/running, jumping, climbing, throwing, and ADLs.

Visual Motor

Aims to improve a child's ability to interpret a visual image or sequence into an action (visual perception, motor control, hand-eye coordination).

Executive Functioning

Emotional control, Task initiation/completion, working memory, planning, prioritizing, processing speed, organization, attention, self-monitoring, impulse control, cognitive flexibility, and many more.

If your child is having difficulty with any of these areas that are interfering with their quality of life, give your doctor or us a call!

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