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Occupational Therapy

Occupations are the everyday activities that we need and want to do. For children, the primary occupation is play! Play is a powerful tool and a skill in and of itself. We use play as our primary tool to help children and families achieve their goals. 

Kid Playing with Bubble

What OT Can Do

  • Self Care (Dressing, Grooming, etc) 

  • Emotion Regulation 

  • Executive Function (Attention, Planning, Organization, Time Management, etc.) 

  • Social Skills

  • Gross Motor Skills

  • Fine Motor Skills

  • Social-Emotional Skills

  • Play Skills 

  • Visual-Motor Skills 

  • Sensory Integration 

  • And More! 

Girl Playing with Balls
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