This includes tailoring a plan to support teaching your child activities of daily living, such as putting on their shoes to go to the park or learning to brush their teeth. We work with you to figure out a plan that supports your child’s independence!
Feeding therapy can be helpful to address many feeding problems. This includes methods to: Support your child to learn to eat a variety of foods. Address oral-motor delays, such as learning to chew properly and swallow food safely. We work with you and your child to develop a plan based on their unique feeding needs and medical history.
Therapy will focus on developing the small muscles of the hand to be able to complete daily activities. This includes developing manual dexterity, in hand manipulation, finger isolation, handwriting grasp, tool use (using a fork and knife or using toothbrush), and handwriting skills.
Therapy includes developing a plan to support your child with processing a variety of sensory stimulation, including auditory, visual, tactile, oral, vestibular, and proprioceptive input. Additionally, we can work on addressing tough behaviors due to difficulty with processing sensory information.