Occupational Therapy

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Pediatric occupational therapy works to provide children with independence through the development of fine motor and sensory skills. Angela and Angelica work one-on-one with kids to learn basic and advanced tasks. This will provide what they need to function in society and socialize with peers.

Commonly Treated Diagnoses

  • Sensory processing disorders

  • Sensory-based feeding disorders

  • Learning or cognitive deficiencies

  • Delays secondary to genetic disorders

  • Mental health, behavioral issues, and ADHD

  • Fine motor delays

Kid Painting
Kids Playing with Lego

Typical Milestones

  • Purposeful grasp and release of object: 7-9 months

  • Pincer grasp (thumb and index finger): 10-12 months

  • Stacks 2-6 blocks: 12-24 months

  • Self feeds with utensils: 2-3 years

  • Zips and snaps clothing: 3-4 years

  • Uses scissors to cut simple shapes: 4-5 years

  • Copies written letters and numbers: 5 years

  • Builds complex designs with Legos: 6 years

If your child has missed one or more of these milestones, or you are concerned about their fine motor development, contact us​ for an evaluation.