Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy promotes health, well-being, and independence through occupations, or simply the things we do on a daily basis to occupy our time. A child's primary occupations are play, self-care, and learning. Sometimes, children have trouble participating in their occupations. Our occupational therapists are trained to evaluate and treat motor skills, self-help skills, and social-emotional regulation skills using sensory, motor, and neuro-based strategies. Occupational therapists promote progress and independence using tasks and activities that are purposeful and meaningful to the child.

Crown Pediatric offers occupational therapy evaluation and intervention for children from birth to 18.

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Motor Skills

These can include the areas of fine motor, gross motor, strength, coordination, visual motor and visual perception. 

Self-help skills

These include activities of daily living, such as dressing and grooming, as well as feeding and oral motor skills. 

self regulation

This consists of sensory processing skills as well as social and emotional regulation. 

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Evaluations Speech and Occupational Therapy
Evaluations

We offer evaluations for all areas of pediatric occupational performance. Our assessments are performed by a team using standardized scores, clinical observations, and parental report.

Occupational Therapy
Therapy

We offer an interactive therapy model within our clinic. All of our therapy spaces are designed for individual and/or group therapy. This allows for multiple environments and play partners. 

Speech Therapy Evaluations
Observation & Consultation

Our therapists can observe your child at school or home to provide strategies to assist in meeting their academic, motor, self-help, and self-regulation goals. 

Pediatric Feeding Intervention
Feeding
Intervention

Our feeding therapists are qualified to identify feeding issues from infants to older kids. Issues can include difficulty with swallowing phases or food aversion. Using a variety of techniques (oral motor, sensory, behavioral), our therapists will work with families to provide help. 

Pediatric Feeding Intervention
Feeding Intervention

Our feeding therapists are qualified to identify feeding issues from infants to older kids. Issues can include difficulty with swallowing phases or food aversion. Using a variety of techniques (oral motor, sensory, behavioral), our therapists will work with families to provide help. 

Summer Intensive Camp For Speech Therapy and Occupational Therapy
Summer Intensive Camps

Camps during the summer allow our clients more time to practice their academic and play skills while engaging in fun activities with others. Themes include drama, science, building, and art.

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Speech Therapy
Group Therapy

Functional play skills are a primary focus at Crown Pediatric. Our speech and occupational therapists work closely together in order to promote development of social and motor skills needed to play with peers.

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