Pediatric occupational therapy is an incredible medical practice that can help us solve many problems. Some of the skills that pediatric occupational therapy is truly great at helping are: emotional regulation, effective communication, estimating progress, motor skills, academic skills, sensory processing & social skills, self-care routines, educational activities, social participation, natural environment, sensory integration, children struggling with attention, behavioral issues, increased play skills, visual processing skills, dyslexia and dysgraphia. Our engaging therapists put all of their efforts in to make sure that each and every one of our patients needs is attended to in the most effective way possible, because we believe that every child deserves the absolute best care available.
How Does Occupational Therapy Help Children?
Occupational therapy helps children with a myriad of things! Here are some examples:
- It helps kids learn how to play with others.
- It boosts kids’ self-esteem
- It teaches kids a sense of accomplishment.
- Develops motor skills
- Develops handwriting skills
- Develops computer skills
- Aids in learning how to control emotions
- Boosts social skills