What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is a health profession in which therapists and therapy assistants help individuals to engage in and perform the specific activities that make up daily life.
Our Mission in Early Access: Serving Families and Children Birth-3 Years
- To work together with families to identify and address specific family concerns and priorities as they relate to the child’s overall growth and development, offering our expertise in the areas of Fine Motor development, Sensory Processing, and development of Feeding/Self-help skills.
Our Mission in the Schools: Serving Students ages 3-21
- To help students perform particular tasks necessary for learning or participation in school activities.
- To collaborate with teachers and district staff to support all students.
School-based Occupational Therapists share their expertise in seating and positioning, self-help skills, sensory processing, fine motor skills; including the use of writing tools and scissors, and access to technology.