Occupational Therapy


Occupational Therapy (OT) is a healthcare profession that evaluates and treats children with disabilities, developmental delays, disease, and/or injury. OT helps children to better function in their occupations of school and play by addressing problems with self-care skills, fine motor, visual perception, social skills, and difficulties with upper extremities and sensory/balance. Licensed professional OT’s work with children and their families to educate and build skills that are necessary to reach independence in their daily lives.

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