Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists use only the sensory Integration (SI) approach at our state of art sensory gym to identify challenges related to the way a child processes and responds to sensory information. They work with families to develop strategies to help the child cope with their sensory differences so that they can interact in their world with more ease and enjoyment.

Our OTs are specialized in pediatrics mainly children with ASD, SPD, and similar Developmental issues, and work with families to help their children gain independence and promote the development of skills including play, self-care (dressing, feeding, grooming), and interacting with others. They work with families to develop individualized goals that help children to be more functional in their home, school, play, and community environments.

We follow:
* Sensory Integration (SI)
* Therapeutic listening
* Partly Oral Placement Therapy (OPT) for Oral and feeding issues

Little boy throwing a ball
Exercising with a hand gripper
Boy drawing a home during occupational therapy
Playing with a colorful wooden toy