Occupational Therapy Treatment

Helping children with the physical skills they need to navigate their social and academic world

Our center-based occupational therapy services provide guidance and support for families whose children have challenges with academic participation, self-care performance, and leisure skill participation

Occupational therapy specializing in evidence-based services for children with a wide range of diagnoses, including sensory-motor challenges, learning disabilities, autism spectrum disorders, and other developmental disorders.

Treatment begins with families completing an intake conversation followed by a patient evaluation with a licensed Occupational Therapist. The therapist will develop a personalized treatment plan for your child based on key areas of need. Treatment may include parent participation, so skills can be observed and practiced at home.

Key areas of focus for occupational therapy services include:

  • Sensory processing and modulation
  • Oral-motor skills
  • Feeding
  • Handwriting
  • Visual motor abilities
  • Perceptual skills
  • Motor planning
  • Self-care performance
  • Muscle strength
  • Postural stability
  • Fine and gross motor skills
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Insurance Reimbursement:

CCSN Behavioral Health accepts insurance from a variety of providers. We would be happy to check eligibility and verify benefits with your insurance company. Please contact us for more information.


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