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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapists help children to develop critical daily living skills that enable them to achieve their goals.

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What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy (OT) is the health service that focuses on the client’s function of everyday activities, or Activities of Daily Living (ADLs). OT helps clients get back to doing what they need and want to do through meaningful activities.

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An Occupational Therapist is a caring health care provider who has achieved a bachelor or master’s degree in the field. They are compassionate individuals who look at the client as a whole in order to assist them in developing and achieving goals. Pediatric OTs commonly work together with parents and caregivers, school administrators, teachers, and other therapists, to address a child’s developmental motor milestones and develop daily living skills.

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What are the Benefits of Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

Guiding each child’s ability to perform daily activities at an optimal level

The benefits of occupational therapy are vast. Working with clients throughout the lifespan, OTs have the unique ability to provide services using everyday activities and materials. When working with items and tasks that are performed on a daily basis, clients get great carryover of skills and can really relate their therapy to everyday activities. Occupational Therapists are able to break down activities into their smaller components in order to locate and treat the specific area of difficulty. This allows for a holistic approach at an appropriate pace for the client.

What are the Benefits of Pediatric Occupational Therapy?

Our Experts are Experienced in:

Autism
Developmental Disabilities
Ergonomics
Hand Therapy
Motor Coordination Difficulties
NDT
Neurologic conditions
Orthopedic conditions
Preventative Care
Return to Work
Sensory Processing
Splinting/Bracing
Stroke
TBI
Visual Motor Integration
Wheelchair Positioning

TES’ approach to Occupational Therapy

How do we make therapy fun?

How do we make therapy fun?

We make therapy fun at TES by engaging clients in play as their main occupation. We allow exploration and learning through the therapy of play.

How do we work as a team?

How do we work as a team?

At TES we work as a team when we collaborate with different disciplines for the betterment of each client.

How do we include the family?

How do we include the family?

Including the family is so important at TES, so we remain in contact with them regarding progress and strategies in the home, as well as develop goals with the family.

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Credentials

Our Therapists' Credentials

Occupational Therapy Registered Licensed
Occupational Therapy Registered Licensed
Certifies Occupational Therapy Assistant
Certifies Occupational Therapy Assistant
Master of Science
Master of Science