Occupational therapists are professionals focused on achieving independence in all areas of their clients’ lives. Our OTs help children with physical, sensory, or cognitive delays to become as independent as possible. Common occupations that we work on with children are play, social skills, self-care, and various school-based activities.
Our evaluations assess sensory processing, fine and gross motor skills, visual motor/perceptual skills, and activities of daily living. Project Play Therapy’s approach is evidence-based and results-driven, as we believe this is the foundation for valid interventions and the facilitation of optimal outcomes.
All of our therapists and specialists have advanced professional training and experience with a variety of disabilities including autism spectrum disorder, Down syndrome, developmental delays, ADHD, cerebral palsy, orthopedic impairment, and more.
Occupational Therapy Areas of Focus
- Gross motor development
- Fine motor skills
- Visual perception
- Self-help and daily living skills (toileting, sleeping, eating, toothbrushing etc)
- Behavioral difficulties
- Adaptive equipment
- Sensory processing disorder
- Dyspraxia & developmental coordination
- Feeding, eating, and swallowing
- Environmental modification
- Executive functioning skills
Start Occupational Therapy for Children
Every child deserves to thrive in their occupations. We give kids the tools they need to succeed at home, at school, and everywhere in between. In our experience, occupational therapy for children is a great way to engage your child and empower them to overcome obstacles. Contact your administrator to determine whether Project Play Therapy is in your school, or fill out a contact form to inquire about appointment availability at our three OT clinic locations. We can’t wait to help your little one thrive!