A play-based approach to occupational therapy
Occupational therapy for children helps them gain independence while strengthening their skills including:
All of these are necessary for engaging in play, socializing with peers, completing daily self-care tasks, and participating in classroom activities.
Every child is uniquely different and their motor skill delays will manifest in a variety of ways. These examples serve as a guideline but this is not a complete list of every symptom you may be noticing in your child today. If you’re noticing a delay, connect with us and let’s have a chat.
How Occupational Therapy Can Help Your Child?
We have been so thrilled with the progress our daughter has made through the occupational therapy offered at Valued Voices! My daughter is obsessed with her OT instructor and all the amazing activities she gets to participate in. She looks forward to it every week! We have seen so much progress with her sensory issues. I would highly recommend their occupational therapist, especially those searching for care that offers innovative and progressive strategies.
– Reynolds H
Developing your child’s mind-body connection
We believe in treating your whole child and guiding them to have an awareness of their mind-body connection. This holistic approach will support your kiddo to thrive emotionally and physically.
Therapy Fun for kids
Parents often tell us how much their kiddos love coming to the clinic because we use play-based activities that naturally support their strengths to make occupational therapy fun for them.
We take the time to get to know every child we work with, and then we customize our treatment in order to draw on their child’s innate strengths, supporting their developmental progress.
Supporting the whole family, because you are your child’s greatest teacher.
Our treatment is designed to not only treat your little one but to also support your whole family. If you’re the type of parent that wants to be involved in creating movement opportunities at home, we aim to support you in your efforts by giving you the skills and resources that you need.
Treating your child, not the label they’ve been given
Labels themselves are not bad, it’s all in how you see it. We believe children who are on the spectrum of the various delays simply see the world differently and we see that unique perspective as a gift.