Pediatric Occupational Therapy

A Pediatric Occupational Therapy program helps families to identify a child's strengths to thereby address their specific challenges through providing strategies, tools, and education. As well, OT’s aim to help children develop their skills and independence in order to maximize participation in their daily activities.

Occupational Therapy focuses on the following areas of development:
- Fine motor skills (printing, grasp, hand strength, hand dominance, bilateral coordination)
- Sensory processing & self-regulation
- Gross motor skills (motor planning & coordination, balance, strength)
- Self-care skills (feeding, dressing, toileting)
- Social skills
- School readiness
- Attention
- Executive functioning
- Visual perception & processing

Our team of Occupational Therapists support children with the following conditions:
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Learning disabilities
- Developmental delay (Global Developmental Delay)
- Developmental Coordination Disorder
- ADHD
- Anxiety disorders
- PTSD
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Children without specific conditions who require additional support in a developmental area

Email or call to inquire more about Occupational Therapy and how it may help your child. Additionally, you may be interested in our unique Occupational Therapist Led Group Programs which help children work on social skill, teamwork and assist families through the significantly reduced group programming rates.

therapy@weplaykids.com
(604) 385-2883

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