Occupational Therapy

Physical

Physical components may include bilateral coordination skills, strength, mobility, sensation, dexterity, developmental play skills, gross and fine motor skills.

Cognitive

Examples of cognitive skills may refer to attention to tasks, problem solving, perception and sequential thought for common activities of daily living.

Psychosocial

Psychosocial skills may include adapting to a variety of environments, interactions with others, habits/routines and behaviors to social situations.

Occupational Therapy Services

Handwriting

Feeding

Gross Motor Skills

Fine Motor Skills

Activities of Daily Living

Sensory Processing

Self Care

Early Intervention