Our occupational therapy team believes that
- Play is a childhood occupation that is critical to early learning and emotional well-being.
- Participation and independence in all activities of daily living depends on successful manipulation of toys, tools, objects and/or materials.
- Every child/adult can be empowered to participate in meaningful activities of daily living through the use of adaptations and/or technology.
Occupational therapists (OTs) provide adult and pediatric occupational therapy services for clients of all ages through outpatient and center-based inpatient clinics and OTs working in the public schools provide community based services for children.
Occupational therapy might be indicated
for individuals with poor fine motor coordination, developmental delays and/or perceptual challenges that are interfering with their participation in daily living activities at home, at school or in the community.
Our team of 18 occupational therapists has more than 200 years of collective experience and includes two professionals who have achieved board certification in pediatrics, two certified assistive technology professionals and two professionals with specialty certification in school systems.