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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists are skilled professionals who are trained to assist people of all ages to perform the functional tasks that normally occupy their lives. For children, these occupations are to develop the skills necessary to become functional and independent adults. Children that can benefit from Occupational Therapy include children with cerebral palsy, spina bifida, muscular dystrophy, limb deficiency, brachial plexus injuries, genetic syndromes, autism, developmental delays, and much more. If a child has difficulty with coordination, fine or gross motor skills, head and trunk, control, oral motor skills, feeding, dressing , grooming, hygiene, toileting, handwriting, focusing/attention, emotional or behavioral regulation, or social skills, occupational therapy can make a big difference in their lives. With all of these diagnoses or problems listed above, children can also have impaired sensory processing, which can affect all or many of these areas as well.

Feeding, Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy at Lyttle Fox Therapy
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