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FORMERLY DONNA KLEIN & ASSOCIATES

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY

Our dynamic Occupational Therapists focus on a child’s ability to play, perform in school, use their hands/bodies in a coordinated manner, interpret sensory information, and engage in perceptual/visual motor tasks.

WTS Occupational Therapists hold Master’s degrees, have advanced training certificates and/or have years of experience working with children. They utilize Sensory Integration, Interactive Metronome, Neurodevelopmental treatment, play, parent education, and behavioral interventions to make progress possible. Expertise in neurology, neuroanatomy, motor learning, hand functioning, perception, orthopedics and development guide them in maximizing a child’s performance in the following areas:

  • Fine Motor Deficits
    (hand functioning)
  • Visual Motor and
    Perceptual Motor deficits
  • Sensory Integration difficulties
  • Handwriting Remediation
  • Emotional Adjustment
  • Peer Relationships
  • Play Skills
  • School Related Tasks
  • Feeding / eating tolerance
  • Gross Motor Deficits
    (total body coordination)
  • Motor control
  • Self Care Skills
  • Attention to task

How do I know
my child needs
Occupational Therapy?

The following concerns often identify the need for OT …

  • Avoidance of or difficulty
    in social situations
  • Difficulty at children’s
    birthday parties
  • Avoidance / limited interest in coloring, writing &/or scissors
  • Lack of confidence in oneself
  • Being a “picky eater”
  • Difficulty dressing oneself
  • Difficulty with writing skills
  • Being a “daredevil” in the playground
  • Having to watch others before engaging in unfamiliar motor tasks
  • Difficulty using a pencil or scissor
  • Difficulty copying from the blackboard
  • Limited play skills
  • Avoiding constructional toys
    (i.e. Lego’s, blocks, puzzles)
  • Difficulty manipulating small objects
    (i.e. Buttons, zippers)
  • Difficulty with age
    appropriate sports
  • Difficulty with ball skills
  • Avoidance of Playground equipment

Please note: If you have said “yes”
to at least one of the above items your child would likely benefit from Occupational Therapy

services.

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