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Occupational Therapy

Services: Individualized & Group Sessions; Evaluations; Community Education


Occupational therapy treatment focuses on helping people with a physical, sensory, or cognitive disability be as independent as possible in all areas of their lives. OT can help kids with various needs improve their cognitive, physical, sensory, and motor skills and enhance their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment. 

OTs work with children on the following skills:

  • Sensory processing

  • Cognitive endurance

  • Fine motor skills

  • Hand function

  • Visual-spatial awareness

  • Hand-eye coordination

  • Attention

  • Social skills

  • Body awareness

  • Feeding Difficulties

Occupational therapists often educate parents and teachers on the best techniques to ensure children participate in learning, self-care, and play tasks.

Physical Therapy


Physical Therapy uses activities to engage children in a fun and relaxing environment and help them achieve their highest functional level. PT provides comprehensive care for the treatment and development of chil- dren with the goal of helping them to perform activities, develop physical skills, attain developmental mile- stones, and ultimately improve their quality of life. 

Through all kinds of hands-on or play techniques, pediatric physical therapist work with children on the following:

  • Gross motor skills

  • Strength

  • Endurance

  • Balance and coordination

  • Motor control and motor planning

  • Body awareness

  • Object Manipulation

  • Flexibility

  • Gait mechanics

  • Orthotics  casting, fitting & training

  • Infant developmental delays

Our focus is for children to be as mobile and as independent as possible, while training their caregivers on all aspects of a child’s physical development. This includes anything that may affect a child’s quality of movement, posture, alignment, and safety.

February 2, 2014/0 Comments/in Diagnostics, Health and Wellness, Milestones, Occupational Therapy, Parenting, Physical Therapy, Sensory Integration, Therapy /by Judy Wang, PT, DPT

Infant-Toddler Early Intervention Services


Orthotics Casting and Fitting


Sensory Processing

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