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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a healthcare profession that focuses on promoting independence in activities of everyday life.
Children’s and young adult's occupations include: reaching developmental milestones, play, self-care, academic tasks, and socializing.

Offering services to children and adults experiencing a wide variety of needs and daily performance concerns, including: 

  • Sensory function

  • Body awareness, strength, balance, and coordination

  • Play and social interactions with others

  • Daily living activities (ex. Eating, dressing, or toileting)

  • Impulse control, emotional control, and flexible thinking 

  • Planning, task initiation, time-management, and following a sequence

  • Attention, concentration, and memory 

  • Relaxation and stress reduction techniques

Speech Therapist
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