If your child is having difficulty with physical, sensory or even cognitive disabilities then they may require occupational therapy. Simple tasks of daily living such as, eating, getting dressed, learning and writing require fine motor skills that may be affected. This is an indication that your child needs occupational therapy.
A learning impairment is often described as a neurological deficit where processing particular information becomes difficult. If your child exhibits difficulties with memory, organization, poor reading skills and or difficulty paying attention, then they may benefit from occupational therapy. We treat children with:
Multiple Sclerosis or MS is an auto-immune disease where your bodies antibodies go and attack your central nervous system. This affects your brain, spinal cord and optic nerves. People might suffer from vision impairment, fatigue, pain, poor coordination. Occupational therapy treats the following problems by:
Orthopedic injuries are one of the most common problems amongst young children. If your child experienced sprains, bone breaks, dislocations, overuse injuries, and or concussions then occupational therapy will significantly improve their overall quality of life. Some examples of Orthopedic injuries are:
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