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  • How do you assess my child's needs?
    We conduct comprehensive evaluations that include observing your child’s abilities, discussing their challenges and strengths, and using standardized tests to understand their specific needs. We partner with schools, pediatricians, neurologists, psychogogist, and most importantly parents to assess the needs and goals of each child.
  • What does a typical therapy session look like?
    A session might involve play-based activities, exercises to improve fine motor skills, sensory integration techniques, and tasks designed to enhance cognitive and social skills. Each session is tailored to your child’s unique needs and goals.
  • How long will my child need occupational therapy?
    The duration of therapy varies depending on your child’s specific needs and progress. Some children may benefit from short-term therapy, while others might need ongoing support.
  • How do I get started with Pediatric Occupational Therapy for my child?
    You can start by contacting our office to schedule an evaluation. We’ll discuss your concerns, gather information about your child’s development, and create a personalized therapy plan.
  • What should my child wear to therapy sessions?
    Comfortable clothing that allows for movement is best. Avoid restrictive clothing and consider bringing any necessary items like glasses that your child uses.
  • What is Pediatric Occupational Therapy?
    Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children develop the skills they need to perform everyday activities, such as playing, learning, and self-care. We focus on improving fine motor skills, sensory processing, coordination, and cognitive abilities, strength and attention and focus to name a few.
  • What types of conditions do Pediatric Occupational Therapists treat?
    We treat a variety of conditions including developmental delays, sensory processing issues, fine motor difficulties, visual perceptual challenges, social emotional and play skills, self-regulation, emotional regulation, sleeping and feeding skill all to be able to partake in a child's occupation which is student, sibling, play partner, artist, friend, dancer, singer and the list goes on!
  • How can I support my child’s progress at home?
    We provide parents with exercises, activities, and strategies to incorporate into daily routines. Consistent practice at home can reinforce the skills learned during therapy sessions. We also have OT's that come to the home to support caregivers and parents in working with their child.
  • Do you work with my child’s school or other healthcare providers?
    Yes, we often collaborate with teachers, other therapists, and healthcare providers to ensure a comprehensive approach to your child’s development and to support their success in different environments. We also can work with children in schools, preschools and homes to generalize development in all areas.
  • How do I know if my child needs occupational therapy?
    If you notice your child struggling with everyday tasks like dressing, feeding, writing, or playing, it might be helpful to seek an evaluation. Pediatricians can also provide referrals based on developmental concerns. Teacher's and schools are also a great judge of children who require occupational therapy as well as other healthcare professionals.
  • Is Occupational Therapy covered by insurance?
    Coverage varies by insurance plan. We recommend checking with your provider to understand your benefits and any potential out-of-pocket costs. We do like parents to know that we do NOT ACCEPT INSURANCE but will give you a super bill you can submit. We also accept all credit cards and if you have a card associated with a Health Savings Account that works as well.
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