Everyone faces challenges from time to time. Sometimes those challenges affect the entire family.
Our Occupational Therapy clinic provides therapy for all members of the family – adults and kids.
Are your kids struggling with social skills, executive function, meeting developmental milestones, emotional regulation or other problems?
Are you an adult struggling with your mental health, executive function, life satisfaction or other challenges?
We can help.
What is Occupational Therapy?
For children specifically, OT helps kids play, improves their school performance, and aids their daily activities. It also boosts their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment. This can be done through developing their fine motor skills, improving their hand-eye coordination, mastering basic life skills, and learning positive behaviors and social skills through emotional regulation.
Adult Occupational Therapy
Are you concerned about your mental health or executive function? Do you sometimes feel that you aren’t participating in your life as fully as you would like? We’re here to help!
Pediatric Occupational Therapy
If your child is struggling with the one or more of the following issues – we’re happy to help!
Fine motor skills. Handwriting. Executive Function. Emotional health. Developmental milestones. Autism. Play skills. School work. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD). Social Skills. Self-care Skills.
Picky eater or problem feeder? If your child is struggling to eat enough food, eats a limited number of foods, or is currently unable to tolerate oral intake – we’d love to help!
Breastfeeding. Infant feeding. G-tube transitions. Feeding aversion. ARFID. Meal planning and preparation.
Breastfeeding Support: Difficulties breastfeeding can often be a result of muscle tension through any part of an infant’s body. OT can evaluate and treat oral motor deficits, muscle tension or hypersensitivities interfering with successful breastfeeding.
Infant Feeding: OT can continue to treat an infant throughout all feeding stages when a parent feels there is a concern. Feeding your child can often feel like a temperature gauge for your parenting, but it is not. If you have a concern about your child’s feeding abilities please call to schedule a consultation.
Are you have trouble identifying where to start, for yourself or your child? Are you finding it difficult to know how to support your child in their school setting? We’re honored to help!