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Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Support for your child’s regulation, motor skills, coordination, sensory processing, and/or activities of everyday living. Sessions are family focused and collaborative support, recognizing you know your child best.

Sessions will include parent involvement and be in your home, community or virtual and often start with a parent collaboration model.

This is only available to those living in Wisconsin.

Occupational Therapy can address any of the following areas:

 

 

Development:

  • Development

  • Tummy time and play skills

  • Motor milestone development

  • Asymmetry in positioning or crawling 

  • General coordination

  • Vision skills and hand-eye coordination

  • Sensory processing

  • Social emotional development

  • Managing challenging behaviors 

  • Understanding your child’s cues and communication 

  • Early bonding 

  • Co-regulation - Supporting your calm as the parent in order to support your child

Transitioning to Solids:

  • Feeding readiness skills

  • Oral motor skills

  • Baby-led, responsive feeding

  • Understanding your baby’s feeding cues

  • Self-feeding and utensil use

  • Reducing mealtime stress

  • Food selection and progression

  • Introducing cup and straw drinking

  • Management of mealtime behaviors 

  • Working through feeding challenges (i.e. picky eating, food refusal, overstuffing, gagging, coughing, etc)

  • Support for parent stress or anxiety around mealtimes or starting solids

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