Pederatic Therapy

Physical and occupational therapy are both essential to addressing developmental delays in children. 

Child Physiotherapy

Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapists help a child with special needs improve in areas such as self-care, school, play, and other activities required in day-to-day life. Occupational therapy for children often uses techniques that seem like play. However, these are techniques designed to focus on areas of delay and difficulty.  Occupational Therapists help children learn how to function in a school or group environment while helping them develop physical, motor, and cognitive skills. If a child has a difficult time doing the little things throughout the day, an occupational therapist may be able to help. 

Occupational therapists help a child with special needs improve in areas such as self-care, school, play, and other activities required in day-to-day life. Occupational therapy for children often uses techniques that seem like play. However, these are techniques designed to focus on areas of delay and difficulty.  Occupational Therapists help children learn how to function in a school or group environment while helping them develop physical, motor, and cognitive skills. If a child has a difficult time doing the little things throughout the day, an occupational therapist may be able to help. 

Physical Therapy

Occupational therapists help a child with special needs improve in areas such as self-care, school, play, and other activities required in day-to-day life. Occupational therapy for children often uses techniques that seem like play. However, these are techniques designed to focus on areas of delay and difficulty.  Occupational Therapists help children learn how to function in a school or group environment while helping them develop physical, motor, and cognitive skills. If a child has a difficult time doing the little things throughout the day, an occupational therapist may be able to help.