OT Can Help

An Occupational Therapist uses a holistic approach, treating the “whole child“.  We help your child:

  • Reach their developmental milestones (rolling, sitting, crawling, walking)
  • Improve posture, core and upper body strength
  • Establish body and safety awareness, balance, and coordination to play at park, engage in gross motor games, and team sports
  • Acquire fine motor skills such as grasping a pencil, handwriting, playing games, doing arts and crafts
  • Move with ease and confidence
  • Coordinate both hands together to fasten buttons, zippers, and shoelaces; play ball games and sports; or cut paper
  • Develop problem-solving skills
  • Increase coping skills, self-esteem, confidence, attention and focus
  • Expand social and play skills with peers

Improving upper extremity coordination, pencil grasp, wrist stability, visual motor and perceptual skills.Developing core control (abdominal strength), reaching across midline, grasping, and eye-foot coordination.