Serving King County, including Kirkland, Bellevue and Redmond.
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Teamwork therapy for individuals and families.
Pediatric occupational therapy focuses on helping children participate in everyday functional tasks. Occupational therapists are trained to assess skills such as balance and coordination, gross and fine motor skills, visual motor skills, executive functioning, self-care skills, and sensory processing skills. Deficits in these areas can cause difficulty completing functional tasks, including, but not limited to self feeding, dressing, completing cutting, writing, and coloring tasks, and participating in social activities with peers.
An occupational therapist will complete an initial evaluation to assess the patient’s functional limitations and impairments. The results of the evaluation are used to create customized treatment programs with specific objectives and time-based goals. Parents and caregivers are part of the team and are able to assist with identifying areas of need and helping to determine the functional skills that need to be improved.
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