Occupational Therapy

In early intervention, occupational therapy practitioners promote the function of fine motor skills and engagement of infants and toddlers and their families in everyday routines by addressing areas of occupation, including activities of daily living, rest and sleep, play, education, and social participation. Practitioners enhance a family’s capacity to care for their child and promote his or her development and participation in natural environments where the child and family live, work, and play.

The Occupational Therapist also provides treatment to address sensory-motor concerns for children in the Autism Spectrum.

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