Occupational Therapy Services

Pediatric Outpatient Occupational Therapy staff provides comprehensive evaluation and treatment to improve functional skills incorporating physical and psychosocial and self care practices that are required in moving toward independence. Pediatric Occupational Therapists specialize in working with a wide range of diagnoses, developmental challenges and age levels on an individual basis with emphasis on home programming to develop daily routines that facilitate growth and development of age-related skills.

Pediatric Outpatient Occupational Therapy services are staffed by senior therapists specializing in work with:

Autism Spectrum
Developmental Coordination Disorder
Fine motor delays
Genetic syndromes
Head injury
Neurologic disorders
Orthopedic conditions
Spina Bifida
Sensory Integration Disorder
Upper extremity amputation
Upper limb hypertonicity
Other complex needs
In addition to clinical consultation, specific program areas include:
Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
Brachial Plexus Injury
Constraint Induced Movement Therapy (CIMT) Involving the Upper Extremity
Fine Motor Skill Development and Visual Motor Integration
Sensory Integration (SI)
Selective Posterior Rhizotomy Protocol (SPR)
Upper Extremity Splinting/Serial Casting

Additional Program Areas

Developmental Testing
Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES)
Upper Extremity Strengthening, endurance, and praxis (plan and execute movement)