Pediatric Occupational Therapy

A child's occupation skills includes playing, learning, and socializing. Visit the American Occupational Therapy Associations website at http://www.aota.org.

 

Occupational Therapists:

•Help people participate in the activities they want and need to do through therapeutic use of everyday actitvities

•Focus on increasing a child's participation in home, school and social situations

 

Your child may benefit from OT if they have difficulty with:

Self-care skills: dressing, self-feeding, personal hygiene and grooming

Fine motor skills: handwriting, grasping, cutting, shoe tying, picking up small objects and manipulation small objects

Gross Motor Development: planning and performing gross motor skills, eye-hand coordination, strength, endurance and balance

Play exploration and participation: pretend play, games with rules, constructive play, play skills with peers

Safety and body awareness: following directions, age appropriate attention span, poor knowledge of safety issues

Sensory processing and regulation abilities

 

Treatment methods:

Sequential Oral Sensory Feeding Program, Handwriting Without Tears, Multi-Sensory Room, Sensory Integration Therapy, Therapeutic Listening, Wilbarger Deep Pressure Touch for Sensory Defensiveness, Seating and Positioning, Alert Program for Self Regulation of Sensory System,Interactive Metronome

Check out our occupational therapy rooms:

Call us:

(479) 631-7678

Find us: 

1000 West Poplar Street Rogers, AR 

3162 West Martin Luther King Blvd  Fayetteville, AR

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