Occupational therapy is often used to help children who were born with disabilities, whether obvious or not.
Through sensory-processing and neuro-developmental frameworks, occupational therapy can be beneficial to children who have been diagnosed with:
Through psychological support and physical therapy, your therapist will help your child with their ability to keep organized, stay physically coordinated, and complete everyday tasks such as brushing their teeth, showering and getting dressed, and even control their energy levels.
Sessions revolve around your child’s schoolwork, social life and home life, so that they can have a happy childhood with minimized stress.
Your child will visit Corona Hills Physical Therapy & Wellness where their therapist will practice tasks, work on time management, practice handwriting and play games. Games not only help to improve coordination, but make the whole process a lot more fun.