Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy promotes successful acquisition of play, learning, motor, self-help skills and self-awareness for children. Activities used to address these areas include play activities, sensory motor activities, visual motor/perceptual activities, fine motor activities and daily living tasks.

  • Excessive energy and activity level.
  • Frequent impulsiveness.
  • Short attention span and distractibility.
  • Motor coordination difficulties.
  • Difficulty making transitions.
  • Significant social skill and/or behavior problems.
  • Uncooperative with self-care tasks.
  • Call US (575) 222-4589