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Occupational Therapy

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CRCC’s Occupational Therapy Team specializes in working with children who have a wide range of diagnoses, medical complexities, cognitive challenges and developmental delays. As specialists in fine motor impairments, occupational therapists use meaningful activities to teach skills for life. They are also trained in neurological development and how the many sensory systems work together to allow for optimal function in daily tasks.

CRCC’s occupational therapists develop a treatment protocol and use a variety of techniques to guide children in becoming successful at play, with learning and when socializing with friends. Areas of evaluation, treatment and consultation include:

• Fine motor/handwriting skills
• Play and socialization
• Sensory integration
• Organizing and planning motor skills
• Oral motor functioning
• Self-help and hygiene
• Adaptive equipment modifications
• Environmental adaptations for home and school settings
• Feeding

Your child may benefit from, or be referred for, occupational therapy services if they display delays or challenges with any of the following:

• Dexterity and fine motor skills such as holding a utensil or toothbrush
• Following two- or three-step directions
• Maintaining eye contact
• Visual perception
• Sensory processing skills that inhibit ability to participate in daily activities, such as:

  - Sensitivity to noise
  - Physical contact
  - Tactile experiences (such as messy hands)
  - Hand-eye coordination
  - Constant movement, fidgeting or spinning
  - Seeking contact with people or objects

• Delayed (more than six months) in reaching developmental milestones related to self-feeding, dressing or play
• Making transitions between tasks or locations



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