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How can kids with learning and attention issues benefit from occupational therapy? The connection may not seem obvious. But problems with coordination, strength, control, sensory regulation and daily self-care skills can lead to academic difficulties. An occupational therapist is a trained specialist who helps people learn to carry out everyday activities. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages and with various challenges.
WHAT DOES OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY HELP WITH?
SKILLS FOR DAILY LIVING ( TOILETING, GROOMING, COOKING & MORE)
FEEDING THERAPY FOR SELECTIVE OR "PICKY" EATERS.
BALANCE, COORDINATION, STRENGTH & ENDURANCE
FINE MOTOR SKILLS ( TYING SHOES, HANDWRITING, CUTTING WITH SCISSORS )
SELF-REGULATION SKILLS FOR ATTENTION, IMPULSES & EMOTIONS)
LIFE SKILLS AND JOB READINESS SKILLS FOR TEENS
GETTING STARTED IS EASY
GIVE US A FEW DETAILS
ABOUT YOUR CHILD
WE'LL DEAL WITH THE
START THE JOURNEY
GIVE US A CALL
Meet The Team
Anna Fogle, MOTR/L
Laura Labus, COTA/L
Rachel Perkins, COTA/L
Shelby Cooper, COTA/L
Certified Therapy Dog
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