Occupational Therapy sees babies, children, teens and young adults up to age 21 for a wide range of physical issues. We focus on daily living tasks, such as eating, bathing and writing, and we mainly work on helping your child use their upper body.
Your child will see an occupational therapist (OT).
Visits are 60 to 90 minutes.
We will make sure you leave the appointment with detailed instructions about what is to happen next and try to answer all of your questions. We will provide you with phone numbers to call us if you have questions after you leave.
For some tests, the OT needs to score the test after your visit, interpret the results and write a report. If you want a copy, let us know and we will mail it to you.
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