Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapists evaluate and treat children who are having difficulty participating in meaningful activities, "occupations," relevant to their daily lives.

Occupational therapists are dedicated to helping children develop all of the abilities they need for the many occupations of childhood, including playing with friends, being a student, helping at home, eating, getting dressed, and participating in hobbies and sports. Through play, occupational therapists develop fine motor, gross motor, visual motor and sensory processing skills.

Little Steps' team of Occupational Therapists: