Treehouse Therapies

Pediatric Therapy Services

Our Occupational Therapists seek to develop important skills to be successful during play, socialization, activities of daily living, and learning experiences. Following careful examination and evaluation, we create an individualized plan of care geared toward enhancing motor planning, sensory processing, and fine motor skills, as well as visual-perceptual skills and adaptive play. We aim to develop strategies for families to help their children succeed in important day-to-day activities at home, in school, and other social environments.


Occupational Therapy can help with…

   •     Age-appropriate fine motor development

   •     Handwriting

   •     Strengthening

   •     Range of Motion

   •     Posture and quality of movement

   •     Sensory Integration Skills

   •     Coordination

   •     Activities of Daily Living (dressing, grooming, eating)

   •     Social Skills

   •     Bracing needs

 

Some of our interventions include:

   •     Sensory Integration Techniques

   •     Self-Regulation Strategies and Techniques

   •     Functional Strengthening

   •     Therapeutic Exercises and Activities

   •     Self Care Skill Development

   •     Handwriting Strategies

   •     Postural Training

   •     Endurance Training

   •     Functional and age-appropriate fine motor skills

   •     Activities to promote visual perceptual and coordination skills

  •        Therapeutic listening