Category Archives: Occupational Therapy

Signs Your Child Could Have Sensory Processing Issues

Most kids explore the world around them using their senses, including sight, touch, taste, sound, and smell. Processing the information they receive from these sources allows them to learn about their surroundings and communicate with others. However, some children have… Read More

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4 Signs Your Child Might Need Pediatric Occupational Therapy

For kids, playing is their occupation. It helps them explore the world around them, learn to interact with it and develop essential life skills that will allow them to connect with others and do things independently one day. Some children… Read More

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