Occupational Therapy

 

Helping Children Do

_88B1544 (Medium)A child’s “occupations” entail everything that he or she does throughout the day. The most important occupations are playing, socializing, and learning. The purpose of pediatric occupational therapy is to help a child become comfortable, independent, and proficient in these areas of their lives. Our occupational therapists specialize in taking a holistic approach to helping children be successful in the many “jobs” of childhood.

If you feel your child is struggling in any of these areas or working harder than they need to, our occupational therapists are skilled in sensory processing challenges and more.

>Issues Treated with Occupational Therapy

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At Child Success Center®, occupational therapy is presented in the form of very specific and targeted play. We draw from extensive knowledge, training, and experience in child development, along with the most current treatment approaches and programs. Our approach uses activities to challenge and teach, while safeguarding and building a child’s self-confidence and esteem.

 

 

occupational therapy>Pediatric Occupational Therapy Evaluation

>Occupational Therapy Process

>Occupational Therapy Parents Learning Center

>Sensory Integration Developmental Checklist

>Meet Department Team 

 

Job of Childhood

Job of a Child