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Occupational Therapy enhances a child’s skills in his “occupation” which may include but is not limited to handwriting, fine motor and dexterity skills, visual and perceptual skills, play skills, eating skills, dressing and activities of daily living, feeding and sensory integration.
Speech language therapy helps you understand what your child is saying. Speech therapy also helps your child understand what you and others are saying. Speech Therapy also encourages age appropriate play skills and other means of communication when needed such as gesturing, sign language, and assistive technology. These techniques are used to increase communication and facilitate eating, drinking and swallowing skills.
Physical Therapy promotes body strength, coordination, endurance and the child’s performance in gross motor skills such as sitting, standing, walking, running, skipping, jumping, bike riding and ball skills. Physical therapists treat sports injuries and other musculature and orthopedic dysfunctions.