Brave Wings Therapy
Naomi Sutton and Jennifer Moore

Occupational Therapy

Learn more about our Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services

What does Occupational Therapy accomplish?

Occupational Therapy (OT) helps children gain independence while also strengthening the development of fine motor skills, sensory-motor skills, and visual motor skills.

OT is also beneficial for improving sensory and vestibular processing, regulation, and integration.

Therapy may combine a variety of strategies which can help your child respond better to his/her environment. These can include:

  • Physical activity (swings, slides, and obstacle courses)

  • Play activities (stacking blocks and completing puzzles)

  • Self-help activities (brushing teeth/hair and washing hands)

  • Adaptive strategies (coping with transitions)

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