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Occupational Therapy

At Clubhouse Pediatric Therapy...

We specialize in providing occupational therapy services that empower children and enable them to participate in daily activities with their fullest potential. Children learn and grow through their daily interactions and activities. When a child faces physical, cognitive, or sensory challenges, these everyday tasks can become difficult. Occupational therapy helps to bridge this gap by providing tailored interventions that build the necessary skills and confidence in children to overcome their challenges. Therapy sessions are fun and engaging, using play-based activities to keep children motivated and involved. By focusing on practical skills and involving the whole family, occupational therapy provides comprehensive support that helps children thrive in their everyday activities. 

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What is occupational therapy?

Occupational Therapy is a specialized form of therapy focused on helping kids develop the skills they need to perform everyday activities. This can include anything from self-care routines like dressing and eating to participating in school and play activities. The goal is to enable children to be as independent and successful as possible in their daily lives. 

In occupational therapy we can address...

  • Fine Motor Skills: These ar ethe small movements of the hands and fingers. OT helps children develop the dexterity needed for tasks like writing, buttoning clothes, and using utensils.

  • Gross Motor Skills: These involve larger body movements. Therapists work on improving coordination, strength, and balance, which are essential for activities like running, jumping, and playing sports. 

  • Sensory Processing: Some children have difficulties processing sensory information (e.g., sounds, touch, movement). OT helps them manage and respond to these sensations appropriately. 

  • Self-Care Skills: These are everyday activities such as brushing teeth, dressing, and eating independently. OT teaches and reinforces these skills to promote independence. 

  • Social and Play Skills: Play is critical for learning and social interaction. OT's help children develop the social skills needed to interact with peers and engage in group activities. 

  • School Readiness and Academic Skills: For school aged children, OT can support the development of skills needed for classroom success, such as handwriting, organizing materials, and following instructions. 

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