Occupational therapy (OT) is a health profession that helps you or your family member develop the skills needed for day-to-day activities when these abilities are reduced or lost. Our practitioners use evidence-based OT practice to help children and their families address difficulties. This includes sensory integration, picky eating, fine motor/printing skills, and self-regulation and activities of daily living (dressing, toileting, play).
- Fine motor/printing
- Picky eating
- Sensory processing difficulty
- Child is better able to successfully participate in school & at home
- Child and parents have a ‘tool box’ of strategies to use at home/in school/in the community to address difficulties
- Parents feel more competent and have a greater understanding of their child