Occupational Therapy Program
Who: Children 12 and under (with any qualifying diagnosis or need)
When: Monday through Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM
How: Contact Kristyn Green, our OT specialist, if interested or to learn more!
meet Our Occupational therapy Team
For a child with ASD
Occupational therapists study human growth and development and a person's interaction with the environment through daily activities. This helps them promote skills for independent living in children with autism and other developmental disorders.
They work together with parents, teachers, and other professionals to help set specific goals, including social interaction, behavior, and classroom performance.
There is no single ideal treatment program. But early, structured, individualized care has been shown to work best.
An Occupational Therapist draws from various real world scenarios, such as physical play and adapting to environmental changes, to develop an individualized treatment plan for each child.