Occupational Therapy Services

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A child's job or occupation is to play, be independent in self-care activities, and succeed in school.  Occupational therapists treat children with disorders that may inhibit their ability to be successful in these areas.  An occupational therapist will address this by teaching fine motor activities (how to hold and manipulate objects), visual-motor activities (eye hand coordination), activities to increase upper body strength and endurance, teach the body how to appropriately react to sensory information and self-care skills.


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Specialty Programs

  • Mary Benbow's Foundational Hand Skills
  • Debra Beckman Oral Motor Skills and Assessment
  • SOS Approach to Feeding
  • Astronaut Training: A Sound Activated Vestibular-Visual Protocol
  • Sensory Integration
  • Dysgraphia
  • Brain Gym
  • NDT: Neurodevelopmental Treatment
  • Wilbarger Brushing Protcol
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  • Bonnie Hanschu's PRR (Protective Response Regime for brushing)
  • Love & Logic
  • Floor Time
  • E-Stim
  • Kineso Taping
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Vital Stim