What is Occupational Therapy?
The main focus of Occupational Therapy is to help children achieve success in activities in daily living in their home- and school environment. Occupational Therapists use their expertise to help children gain the functional skills they need by the therapeutic use of play!
How can Occupational Therapy help my child?
At OT Kids, we focus on promoting age appropriate development through individualized activities and by including the parents in the child’s therapy process.
We conduct a full assessment of the child to understand the underlying causes of the child’s difficulties and treat them using their occupation…play!
- Attention Difficulties (ADD & ADHD)
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Developmental Delays
- Down Syndrome
- Fine Motor Difficulties
- Gross Motor Difficulties
- Learning Difficulties
- Low Muscle Tone
- Pencil Grasp and Control
- Sensory Integration and Motor Planning Difficulties
- Visual Perception Difficulties
How it works
If your child has been referred to Occupational Therapy, or you feel they may need extra help to cope in the classroom, give us a call to make an appointment or to find out more about the process. You can also email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to find out more or to book an assessment.
After the assessment is done, a report will be written by your OT and sent to you within 5 – 7 working days. Therapy will commence in the following week and will take place each week on the same day and time.