If you have questions regarding the need for therapy, we are happy to provide a free screening. Please contact us at the number below so we can discuss any areas of concern.
Fine and Visual Motor
Fine motor skills involve the use of the smaller muscles of the hands and wrist. Our fine motor skills are used during writing, cutting, and opening containers. Visual motor skills involve eye-hand coordination, such as when catching a tossed ball, copying shapes, and tracing a path. Shoe tying requires both skills.
Evaluation takes place during our first appointment. We provide detailed, comprehensive evaluations using standardized assessments as well as extensive interview. We will discuss your interests and strengths, then identify any barriers that are keeping you from doing what you want and need to do.
Sensory integration (SI) is how we perceive information through our senses. Sometimes our system overreacts, sometimes it underreacts. The way we process sights, sounds, tastes, smells, touch, movements, and our body's position in space, is all part of SI. Sensory strategies help our bodies and minds balance and reorganize.
Intervention takes place following the evaluation. An individualized treatment plan will be created specifically for you. Treatments include but are not limited to exercise, emotional regulation strategies, feeding intervention, sensory integration techniques, and family education.
Self Care Skills
Self care skills include activities we do every single day, like getting dressed, eating, brushing our teeth, styling our hair, and going to the bathroom. Developmental delays in children, and injuries sustained as adolescents or adults can effect our ability to perform these skills.
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