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Areas of Focus

What is a Pediatric Occupational Therapist?

A pediatric occupational therapist is a therapist that evaluates, treats and educates families and children with various diagnoses on development skills including: fine motor, sensory motor, visual motor, cognitive functioning, self help functioning as well as mental health functioning at an appropriate age level. Provides services to infants, toddlers, children, and youth in a variety of settings including the home, hospital, daycare and school. 

What is a Pediatric Physical Therapist?

A pediatric physical therapist is a therapist that evaluates, treats and educates families and children with various diagnoses on development skills including: gross motor skills, postural alignment and development, gait training, neuromuscular training and age-appropraite skills. Provides services to infants, toddlers, children, and youth in a variety of settings including the home, hospital, daycare and school. 

What is a Pediatric Speech Therapist?

A pediatric speech therapist is a therapist that evaluates, treats and educates families and children with various diagnoses on development skills including: speech development, language skills, social interaction, structural feeding skills, and age-appropriate play skills. Provides services to infants, toddlers, children, and youth in a variety of settings including the home, hospital, daycare and school. 

  • Feeding skills: self-feeding as well as sensory feeding (picky/problem eaters)

  • Sensory processing and integration skills

  • Play skills

  • Activities of daily living skills: potty training, dressing, grooming, etc. 

  • Fine motor skills 

  • Visual-motor skills

  • Visual-perceptual skills 

  • Gross motor skills

  • Body awareness 

  • Reflex integration

  • Social interaction

  • Attention 

  • Behavioral management

  • Handwriting 

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