Infinity OT can help your child through the challenges they are facing. Signs your child may need OT include difficulty regulating their bodies or emotions, difficulty with sensory processing, difficulty with social interactions, difficulty with feeding or difficulty with gross or fine motor skills. You child may have a medical diagnosis, or they simply may have difficulty in any area of typical development. OT can help your child be their best self in their home, school and community environments.
OT can help children work on underlying skills that are preventing them from full participation in their daily routines and activities of daily living.
Jamie offers aquatic based occupational therapy intervention, as well as swim lessons for children of all abilities.
Infinity OT can comprehensively evaluate and manage children with feeding and/or growth problems.
When your child’s senses are not working as a team, it may be because one of his/her sensory systems is over- or under-reactive.
The primary occupations for young children are playing, learning, and interacting with caregivers and peers. OT can help children work on underlying skills that are preventing them from full participation in their daily routines and activities of daily living. Kids learn new skills and develop functional skills through playing, this is why play is such an important and fun part of OT!
If your child is having difficulty in any of the following functional areas, I can help!
Infinity OT offers swim lessons for children of all abilities. Lessons are individualized and based on each child’s unique needs. I have extensive experience working with children with autism, developmental delays, sensory challenges and physical limitations as well as swim training specific to children with disabilities.
Aquatic based occupational therapy intervention can help improve your child’s:
I offer a variety of feeding and oral motor interventions. The most common approach is the Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) approach to feeding. Kids love this program because we are essentially learning about and playing with foods through all their senses. As a clinician, I am assessing the underlying causes to their feeding difficulties and providing fun activities to help them make progress. The following areas are evaluated and addressed through a detailed SOS program:
Visit sosapproachtofeeding.com for more details on this amazing program.
Sensory processing refers to the way the nervous system receives and processes messages from the senses, turning them into responses. In some children, this information does not get organized into the appropriate response, making it difficult to react correctly to a situation.
Top 10 red flags your child may have difficulty with sensory processing:
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