Occupational Therapy 


Sensory Processing evaluations

  • Individual evaluations
  • Evaluate the ability to register and receive sensory information through a variety of channels; touch, taste, smell, vision, hearing, and movement
  • Functional daily living skills
  • Visual-perception/fine motor
  • Motor coordination
  • Praxis/motorplanning
  • Social-emotional/Pragmatics
  • Self care/behavior


SIPT Testing

  • Sensory Integration and Praxis Tests
  • Assessment of aspects of sensory processing and perception
  • Assessment of praxis
  • Ability to cope with the tangible, physical, two and three dimensional world
  • Form and space perception
  • Somatosensory functioning
  • Praxis, knowing what to do and how to do it
  • Bilateral motor coordination
  • Vestibular functioning


Functional assessments

  • Self care independence/Daily Living Skills
  • Organizational Skills
  • Classroom functional skills
  • Avocational/vocational assessments
  • Communication
  • Social interactions
  • Independent mobility


Individual/Group Treatment Planning

  • Weekly treatment sessions
  • Intensives
  • State of the art suspended equipment
  • Individual goals and objectives
  • Home programs
  • School consultation
  • Self regulation programs
  • Specializing in ADD, Non verbal LD, and neurodevelopmental disorders
  • Specialty programs for the autistic spectrum
  • Genetic Disorders
  • Mental Health Disorders
  • Motor groups
  • Pragmatic groups
  • Speech and OT groups


Sensory Diets

  • A sensory diet is a list of specialized activities developed to help normalize sensory responses for independent functioning in daily living skills
  • Developed individually
  • Implemented through consultation with family and school


School Observations

  • Observation and assessment of classroom setting
  • Modification and accommodation suggestions
  • Adaptive equipment
  • Homework strategies
  • Organizational strategies
  • Environmental strategies
  • Consultation with school staff


IEP Meetings

  • Consultation to IEP team
  • Team meeting attendance
  • Collaboration for creation of goals and objectives
  • Child advocacy


Inservice Education

  • Inservice education to schools, organizations, and community based groups