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Occupational Therapy

CRCC’s occupational therapists develop a treatment protocol and use a variety of techniques to guide children in becoming successful in play, learning and socializing with friends. 

Areas of evaluation, treatment and consultation include:

  • Fine motor/handwriting skills
  • Play and socialization
  • Sensory integration
  • Organizing and planning motor skills
  • Oral motor functioning
  • Self-help and hygiene
  • Adaptive equipment modifications
  • Environmental adaptations for home and school settings
  • Feeding

Your child may benefit from, or be referred for, occupational therapy services if they display delays or challenges with any of the following:

  • Dexterity and fine motor skills, such as holding a utensil or toothbrush
  • Following two- or three-step directions
  • Maintaining eye contact
  • Visual perception
  • Delayed (more than six months) in reaching developmental milestones related to self-feeding, dressing or play
  • Making transitions between tasks or locations
  • Sensory processing skills that inhibit ability to participate in daily activities, such as sensitivity to noise, physical contact, tactile experiences (such as messy hands), hand-eye coordination, constant movement (fidgeting or spinning) and seeking contact with people or objects

Contact us to learn more about our occupational therapy services.