Spot On Therapies is a multi-disciplinary pediatric therapy clinic providing Occupational Therapy to address sensory processing, visual perceptual, visual motor, visual spatial, dysgraphia, fine motor, strength, bilateral coordination and self-help skills.
Our pediatric Occupational Therapists at Spot On Therapies will work with you to develop goals that will assist your child in becoming successful and independent.
The Occupational Therapy staff at Spot On Therapies have extensive experience with Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD) and will assist you in identifying ways to make daily routines and activities easier for your child and family. If the change of seasons with the change of different types of clothing is a challenge for your child, if loud or unexpected noises are a challenge for your child, if movement is a challenge for your child, our Occupational Therapists can work with you to normalize your child’s sensory processing skills and provide strategies for your “toolbox” to make your life easier.
If homework is a struggle as your child tries to write, our Occupational Therapists can assist your child in learning how to enjoy Handwriting through strengthening their fine motor skills and learning how to write more legibly via the research based writing program Handwriting without Tears. If your child would benefit from any of the services our Occupational Therapists offer, please contact us.
Occupational Therapy to Help Your Child Succeed
The occupational therapy pediatric therapists at Spot On Therapies have experience in addressing many pediatric deficit areas and diagnoses your child may be experiencing, including but not limited to:
- Autism Spectrum Disorders
- Bilateral Coordination
- Cerebral Palsy
- Coordination Issues (Dyspraxia)
- Motor Planning – Praxis/Dyspraxia
- Developmental Delays
- Down Syndrome
- Fine Motor (including handwriting)
- Sensory Processing Disorders (SPD)
- Visual Motor
The occupational therapy treatment services at Spot on Therapies focus on the use of functional activities required to actively participate in daily life.
- Organizational tasks
- Play activities
- Social events
- Transitioning through a day
- Work tasks such as dressing skills, hygiene tasks, self-help skills