FAQ - What parents want to know
Below you will find some answers to potential questions that you may have regarding occupational therapy, we hope you find them helpful. If at any time you have additional questions, please feel free to contact one of our therapists for assistance.
When should I see an occupational therapist? You know your child best and if you suspect that your child has difficulty with his/her self-help skills, coordination, feeding, behavior and/or peer/adult interaction, we suggest consulting with an occupational therapist. The earlier a child receives occupational therapy intervention to address his/her needs, the better prepared he/she is for a successful future.