A child's occupation is play. Occupational Therapy helps children develop a sense of independence in the areas of self care, eating/feeding, oral motor skills, fine motor skills, visual motor/visual perceptual skills, and play. It addresses sensory processing needs, which impacts motor skills as well as a child's ability to participate in everyday activities.
Nichole specializes in the evaluation and treatment of:
Handwriting/Handwriting Without Tears Program
Visual Perception/Visual Motor Concerns
Self Help Skills
Pediatric Physical Therapists evaluate and treat children that have musculoskeletal and neurological problems. Their expertise in working with children with gross motor impairments, motor planning problems, balance and coordination disorders, range of motion, strengthening and endurance helps children achieve their highest potential and independence with mobility and movement.
Jennifer specializes in:
Gross Motor Skills
Balance and coordination