Fine motor skills

Our occupational therapists can help children develop their fine motor skills, including hand-eye coordination, dexterity, and grip strength. These skills are important for everyday tasks such as writing, using utensils, and dressing.

Gross motor skills

We can also help children develop their gross motor skills, which are important for activities such as running, jumping, and playing sports. Our therapists can work with your child to improve balance, coordination, and overall strength and endurance.

Sensory processing:

Our occupational therapists can help children who have difficulty processing sensory information, such as those with sensory processing disorder or autism spectrum disorder. We use a variety of techniques to help children regulate their responses to sensory input and improve their ability to participate in everyday activities.

Self-care skills

Our occupational therapists can help children develop self-care skills such as feeding, grooming, and toileting. We use a family-centered approach to support parents and caregivers in helping their children develop these important life skills.

Assistive technology

If your child has difficulty with communication or accessing their environment, our occupational therapists can help identify and implement assistive technology solutions, such as adaptive equipment or augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) devices.

At Metro Speech Therapy, our goal is to help children develop the skills they need to participate fully in everyday life. Contact us to learn more about our pediatric occupational therapy services and how we can help your child thrive.