Is your child experiencing issues playing with other children? Do they find it difficult to grasp a ball or pick up objects? Building Blocks Therapy’s pediatric occupational therapy services can help.
Our goal is to help your child participate in the occupational skills of infancy, childhood and adolescence. Because playing is your child’s occupation!
Pediatric occupational therapy can help maximize your child’s potential for success and independence by coordinating their thinking, speaking, hearing, seeing, feeling, smelling, and eating with helpful and developmentally appropriate body movements and behaviors.
Our pediatric occupational therapists collaborate with each other and work hand-in-hand with your family to create a treatment plan specific to your child’s needs.
Our occupational therapists have extensive experience in multiple settings, including clinical, hospital, at home, and in school. They also have experience working with children with autism and children with developmental delays.
Whether it’s helping your baby interact with you, helping your child attain the skills to interact with peers, or being able to dress themselves in the morning, pediatric occupational therapy can help.
“The My Way” food selectivity approach was developed by Dr. Greg Hanley, a well-known BCBA-D who has been applying the principles of his research to improve children’s behaviors for over 30 years.
The skill-based approach provides a relaxed environment in which children are motivated to interact with and eventually eat new and nonpreferred foods.
We work with children and their families to equip each child with the skills they need to thrive at home, in school, and in any environment.