About Infinity OT

Our mission is to provide high quality, individualized OT services so each child can succeed!

Programs delivered at your home, school, or via Teletherapy

Infinity OT offers exceptional individualized occupational therapy (OT) services in New Hampshire, where we believe your concerns for your child are the top priority. Therapy is provided in your child’s most natural environments including your home, their community, school, or via virtual learning.

Kids learn and develop new skills through playing and rarely do they know that we’re “working” on things that may be hard for them while they have fun. This is why kids love OT!

Maybe your child can’t access school based services or needs something additional; maybe a large clinic-based setting isn’t right for them; maybe they need help transferring skills learned in these settings into their natural, day-to-day environments. Infinity OT is here to help! I believe children meet their goals in small, obtainable steps and I will work endlessly to help them get there.

We believe your child can learn and strengthen their skills for daily life!

Jamie lives in NH with her husband and 2 boys. In her free time Jamie enjoys camping, hiking, running and spending time with her family.

About Jamie Jones

MS OTR / L, Owner of Infinity Pediatric OT

I received my Masters Degree from the University of New Hampshire in 2006. I have worked in a clinic setting since then and have extensive experience with children of all ages and abilities.  I have provided occupational therapy services for children with Autism, ADHD, hypotonia, cognitive delays, anxiety and behavioral disorders, developmental delays, cerebral palsy, rare genetic syndromes, sensory processing difficulties, fine motor delays, and many other diagnoses.

I have advanced training in sensory integration theory, vestibular rehabilitation, treating children with autism spectrum disorders, attention deficit disorder, social anxiety disorders & pediatric aquatic therapy. I am certified in the Angelfish Swim Methodology for providing top notch aquatic therapy for children with a variety of diagnoses.  I have experience working with children with behavioral, emotional and sensory related self-regulation difficulties and implementing the Alert Program & The Zones of Regulation. I am certified in the Therapeutic Listening Program and am also certified to administer the Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT). In addition, I am trained in Rhythmic Movement Training for integration of retained primary reflexes as well as the SOS Approach to Feeding.

I LOVE working with kids and seeing the look on their face when they succeed at something that was hard for them.

Common Programs and Treatment Approaches

Here are some examples of intervention approaches used to create a program based on your unique situation.

  • The Zones of Regulation
  • The Alert Program
  • Interoception Program
  • Handwriting Without Tears
  • Brain Gym

  • Astronaut Training
  • Yoga
  • Sensory Integration Techniques
  • Play-Based Approach to Development
  • Cognitive Behavioral Treatment Strategies

  • Rhythmic Movement Training for Retained Primary Reflexes
  • S.O.S Approach to Feeding
  • Angelfish Swim Methodology for Aquatics
  • Parent and Caregiver Education
  • Teletherapy

Frequently Asked Questions

Why might my child need OT?

Kids might need OT if they have difficulty with sensory processing, strength and endurance, eye-hand-coordination skills,  motor coordination, fine motor skills, developmental delays, experienced physical or emotional trauma, difficulty playing or socializing, difficulty with transitions, difficulty following directions or difficulty learning which is impacting their participation in activities of daily living.

What is sensory processing?

Sensory integration is what allows our senses to work together as a team. Signs your child may have difficulty in this area include; difficulty settling their bodies for age appropriate functional tasks, sensitivity to clothing, avoidance of playground equipment, “too rough” with toys or peers, intense reactions to common sounds, difficulty regulating behavior in crowds, poor emotional regulation, bumps into furniture, people or objects in the environment with little awareness of where their body is in space.

What are Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) for a child?

ADL’s are all the little chores that make up our habits and routines during a regular day.  ADL’s for kids include following daily routines, playing, age appropriate interactions with peers and adults, dressing, eating, hand-washing, using the bathroom, brushing hair and teeth. OT can help your child achieve independence that is appropriate for their age and cognitive abilities.

How do I get started?

Call or email Jamie.  We will complete an intake over the phone to determine if services are appropriate for your child and family.  From there we will ask your child’s doctor to send a referral or order for services, complete an evaluation if necessary and create an individualized treatment plan and goals for your child and family.

Where are services provided?

I will travel to you, that is one of the greatest benefits of Infinity OT. Children are treated in their most natural environment.  They may be treated in their home, school or other locations in the community. I travel to many regions of New Hampshire. Alternatively, I offer teletherapy services which has many benefits.

Will my insurance pay for services?

I am in-network with several commercial insurance companies.  If your insurance plan requires a co-pay, you will be responsible for that co-pay at the time of service. I also offer competitive private pay rates and will assist you in submitting claims for reimbursement through your insurance company.

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