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Does Your Child Struggle With:

Fine Motor Skills

  • eye-hand coordination
  • pencil grasp
  • printing
  • cursive writing
  • spatial awareness/perceptual skills
  • keyboarding
  • scissor use

Gross Motor Skills

  • balance
  • coordination
  • walking, running
  • riding a bike/trike
  • mobility
  • wheelchair prescriptions

Self Care Skills

  • feeding
  • toileting
  • dressing (buttons, zippers, shoe laces)

Sensory Processing

  • self regulation
  • sensitivity to textures (clothing/food)
  • sensitivity to noise or light
  • body awareness
  • mouthing or chewing objects
  • attention/focus
  • autism spectrum disorder

How Can Your Child Benefit?

Your child will receive the highest quality of occupational therapy services from our dedicated, experienced occupational therapists. We come to you! All services are provided in your own home or child's school for your convenience. Services are provided to children and their families in the GTA. Evening and weekend appointments are available to fit your family’s busy schedule. Many employee benefits packages provide coverage for occupational therapy services. You may also be elgible for charity funding.

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy is a health profession that helps people of all ages lead a more productive, satisfying and independent life. Fundamental to the practice of Occupational Therapy is the person's occupations. Occupation is defined as the tasks and activities that occupy a person's time and energy throughout the day. This can include things like getting dressed, preparing a meal, working at a job, playing, attending school, and enjoying time with family or friends. Occupational Therapy helps individuals to perform the occupations they need and want to do.nnWhen a person’s life is affected by illness, disability or any other problem, an occupational therapist (OT) can help them do the things that are important to them by addressing their difficulties. With children in particular, OTs most commonly address issues that impact their participation in school, self care or play activities.