Standardized and Clinical Assessments (including SIPT)
Comprehensive Written Report and Parent Conference following assessment.
Individualized clinic and home therapy program involving the family and teachers at school sites.
Referrals to other community resources
Assistance with insurance.
poor coordination or balance
poor posture & trunk stability
fine motor difficulties
processing, organizational problems
limited attention span
significant fidgeting, restlessness
peer conflicts, social lags
food aversions with very limited diet
excessive need for movement & speed
bumping or crashing into objects or people
For a child, occupational therapy may include physical play such as jumping, climbing and fine motor tasks such as buttoning, getting dressed, feeding self, and writing. A child's "occupation" is play!
What clues indicate that a child may need intervention