Little girl with poor vision is playing with colorful tactile toy cups as a part of occupational therapy with her teacher.
Young physiotherapist seesawing the girl on a blue swing

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

From Pre-Kindergarten to high school graduation occupational therapist help students with:

  • Sensory Processing
  • Cognitive Attention
  • Hand-eye Coordination
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Activities of Daily Living Skills
  • Social Skills
  • Play Skills

Upon graduation from high school or reaching the age of 21, the student transitions into the adult services arena. The Developmentally delayed individual may continue to require occupational therapy services. Here the occupational therapy focus may be on Sensory Processing, ADL skills (cooking, cleaning, etc), Cognitive Endurance, Money Skills/Budgeting, and Physical Strengthening and endurance. These services may be delivered through the IPSIDD program at an individual’s IRA (Individual Residential Alternative), Supportive Apartment or Day-habilitation Program.

Next Steps...

Learn how we can match you to the right therapist for your needs, get in touch with Restore Therapy today.