Occupational Therapy

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Occupational Therapy

Enhancing the development of children through occupational therapy.

Occupational Therapy is essential in helping infants, toddlers and school-aged children with developmental delays or known physical challenges to improve their motor, cognitive, sensory processing, communication and play skills. Our occupational therapists work with families in their natural environment and in our clinics to ensure that children are learning and practicing skills where they will be using them most. Progressus Therapy’s occupational therapy services are designed to enhance development while helping families meet the needs of their child in the environments in which they live and learn.

For infants and toddlers, areas of occupation encompass social interaction, playing, feeding/eating, sleeping and learning. For school-aged children, these areas may include attention, coping, social interaction with peers and playing. Our occupational therapists work with parents and caregivers to identify specific goals the family has for the child. The OT will provide an evaluation, determine a course for services directly aligned with the child’s goals and provide the family with the necessary training, tools and resources to ensure they can continue to build skills and reinforce their goals outside of therapy.

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