Pediatric Occupational Therapy focuses on a child's ability to perform their daily activities as independently as possible. Fun therapeutic activities are used to engage your child in order to maximize their strengths while also addressing areas of weakness.

A pediatric occupational therapist uses standardized assessments and clinical observations to evaluate a child's level of performance in developmental areas and create treatment plans targeting that child's specific needs.

Therapy is designed to seem like play to the children, yet the therapist use their extensive training in speciality areas to provide challenging therapeutic activities aimed at developing greater skill levels.

Occupational Therapy

Joanne Steed Gurley, Occupational therapist and Owner of Children's Therapy Services engages a child in weight bearing exercise on therapy ball.

At Children's Therapy Services, Occupational Therapists provide evaluation and treatment for:

  • Fine Motor/Handwriting Skills
  • Sensory Integration
  • Motor Planning
  • Oral Motor Functioning
  • Self - Help Skills
  • Adaptive Equipment Modifications
  • Enviormental Adaptations
  • Play/Socialization
  • Developmental Delay

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