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Occupational Therapy Evaluation

Depending on the areas of need, we will complete a comprehensive assessment to gain a better understanding of your child.  You'll get insights and tools as we take an in-depth look at your child's strengths, weaknesses, environment, and the activities your child needs and wants to do.

 

This is usually completed in our clinic but can also be partly completed in your home and/or your child’s school depending on need.  The evaluation process includes interviews with parents and teachers, standardized tests, and parent report forms and usually takes from 3-6 hours to complete

After the evaluation, we'll meet again in person or via zoom to discuss results and insights.  You'll get strategies that you can start using right away and recommendations for next steps.  Then, if appropriate, we'll collaborate on goals together and continue with ongoing therapy. 

It all starts with a phone call! During this initial call, we can discuss your concerns and see if an evaluation might be appropriate.

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We Specialize In

 

Sensory Integration

  • Scool Moves Certified

  • Practical Sense in Sensory Integration Training

  • Minute Moves & Sensory Circuit Training

Reflex Integration

  • Training and Certification through Move.Play.Thrive

Complementary Practices

  • Mindfulness & Meditation Training

  • Yoga Training through Cosmic Kids

Handwriting and Fine Motor Skills

  • Handwriting Without Tears Certified

  • Size Matters Handwriting Training

  • First Strokes Handwriting Training

Trauma Informed Care

  • Occupational Therapy and Sensory Motor (with ATTACh)

  • Level 1 Attachment & Trauma Certification Training (with ATTACh)

Emotional Awareness

  • Zones of Regulation

  • DIR Floortime

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10 week Sensory Regulation Program

Do You Ever Feel Like…

  • Your child is wild, active, and never stops.

  • You’re totally overwhelmed and exhausted by your child crying and melting down.

  • Your child isn’t like the other kids.

  • Your child is very sensitive to textures, lights, sounds, and/or movement.

  • Other people don’t understand your child.

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