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Occupational Therapy

Signs your child may benefit from occupational therapy 

  • Difficulty with ADL tasks such as dressing, bathing, brushing teeth, putting socks and shoes on and completing daily routines. 

  • Fine motor skills such as writing, pencil grasp or using feeding utensils. 

  • Challenges with social participation and interacting with same aged peers.

  • Executive functioning deficits including organizational skills, completing tasks and transitioning from one activity to another. 

  • Delayed developmental milestones 

  • Trouble with imaginative play and flexible thinking

  • Sensory processing difficulties i.e. sensitive to loud noises, certain textures or sensory seeking behaviors such as deep pressure or light touch.

  • Coordination and safety concerns-frequent falling and balance issues.

If you notice any of these signs in your child, consider exploring the potential benefits of occupational therapy to support their development and daily life.

Areas we address 

  • Autism

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Low or High tone

  • Sensory processing disorder 


  • Developmental delays

  • Self regulation issues

  • Visual motor and perceptual deficits

  • Dysgraphia

  • Fine and gross motor delays

  • Neurodevelopmental disorders

  • Down syndrome

  • Apraxia

  • Erb Palsy/Brachial Plexus injuries 

Techniques we use: 

  • Reflex integration

  • Dynamic movement intervention (DMI)

  • Constraint Induced Movement therapy (CIMT)

  • Hand-Arm bimanual Intensive training (HABIT)

  • Social thinking Curriculum

  • Sensory Integration/modulation

  • Floortime approach

  • Child-led play

  • Handwriting without tears

  • Self care skills

  • Kinesiotaping

  • E-stim


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