"There needs to be a lot more emphasis on what a child can do instead of what she cannot do."
-Dr. Temple Grandin
Pediatric occupational therapy helps children with various physical, cognitive, and developmental disabilities or delays to participate and gain independence in daily activities and tasks. Therapists work with clients in home, school, and community settings and collaborate with the ABA team to support integrated growth and support.
OT helps foster development across a number of important areas, including: fine motor skills, visual motor skills, cognitive delays including problem, solving skills, memory and attention., sensory integration, play skills and social interaction, self care (i.e. feeding, dressing, tooth brushing.)
Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on occupational therapy.