Occupational therapy can help you (or your child) address difficulties in life and self-care skills that may be interfering with your (or their) ability to fully enjoy and participate in daily activities. Whether you (or your child) struggle with coordination skills, have difficulty integrating vision and motor tasks together, or are impacted by sensory processing dysfunction, occupational therapy can address these concerns with a functional focus. Occupational therapy could focus on skills such as:

    • Ability to perform daily activities, including dressing, bathing, grooming, feeding and using the toilet
    • Coordination and balance
    • Energy conservation and joint protection
    • Hand-eye coordination
    • Play skills
    • Job skills
    • Leisure pursuits and hobbies
    • Processing skills
    • School performance
    • Upper extremity (arms) range of motion, strength, sensation and impairments
    • Visual skills and processing