Occupational Therapy assists in the development, recovery, and maintenance of meaningful activities of daily living, and sensory integration.

Benefits and Usage

• Improves self-care activities
• Dressing
• Hygiene
• Feeding
• Improves fine motor skills
• Improves hand-eye coordination
• Improves social skills
• Improves play
• Improves sensory activities
• Improves attention
• Improves behavior
• Decreases intolerance of textures
• Improves sensory regulation
• Increases independence

Universal Exercise Unit

The Universal Exercise Unit is a device that resembles a cage. It contains a system of pulleys, ropes, and weights.

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Spider Therapy

Spider Therapy is utilized with the Universal Exercise Unit in conjunction with a belt and bungee cords.

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Multi-Sensory Room

Multisensory rooms are immersive environments to develop the patient’s senses and facilitate sensory integration.

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Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation

Neuromuscular Electrical Stimulation (NMES), also referred to as Functional Electrical Stimulation (FES), is a device that uses electrodes placed on the skin to cause muscle contraction.

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Custom Splinting

Splinting is used to position a body part for optimal alignment which is fabricated by the occupational therapists tailored to the needs of the child.

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Freedom Concepts™
& Rifton® Tricycles

Tricycle training is a fun and therapeutic activity that allows a child to experience overall fitness.

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WE RESTORE THE BODY. WE CONNECT THE MIND.

WE NURTURE THE SPIRIT.

WE RESTORE THE BODY.

WE CONNECT THE MIND.

WE NURTURE THE SPIRIT.