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Occupational Therapy

 

Pediatric occupational therapy assists with, but not limited to, developmental delays, decreased fine motor skills, decreased ability to perform activities of daily living such as dressing, bathing, and grooming, feeding, sensory integration, orthopedic conditions, behavior difficulties, handwriting, and skills utilized for participation with peers such as grasp of pen/pencil, grasp and use of scissors and other preschool devices. Occupational therapy goals include, but are not limited to:

  • Handwriting

  • Dressing/Grooming

  • Feeding

  • Sensory Integration

  • Fine motor grasp and release

  • Upper extremity strength and coordination

  • Learning to use upper extremity assistance devices and adaptive equipment

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