How can our Occupational Therapy services help your child or young adult?
Our occupational therapists help children and young adults with physical, developmental or behavioral disabilities become more successful in their ability to perform meaningful activities of daily life. They help children function as independently as possible in the three basic areas that typically “occupy” a child’s time, such as self-care, play/leisure, and work-related skills as in those used in school.
Our therapists use mainly play-based methods in our child-centered environment which includes toys, musical instruments, art supplies, and much more. Therapists get to know your child, their abilities, challenges, and interests. They are creative in finding techniques and fun activities that motivate children to reach their goals.
Because most of a child’s learning takes place at home and in school, we teach family members therapeutic activities they can enjoy with their child outside of the agency. As part of our “circle of care,” families receive parent education, advocacy and support at no charge through our Family Support services. We also provide teachers with information and techniques to help children progress in the classroom.
We accept Medicaid, Medicaid HMOs, and most private insurances.
Occupational therapy can help with:
self-care skills including feeding, dressing, and grooming
hand strengthening and coordination skills required for activities such as cutting with scissors, coloring, and writing, buttoning, and using feeding utensils
recommendation, training, and use of adaptive equipment
visual motor and handwriting skills
We use these approaches:
Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT)
sensory motor processing and integration
"The Achievement Centers therapists truly care about their patients and the children feel it."
– Dr. Lamia Ibrahim, Layla’s mom
Therapy is Child's Play
Following a dramatic display of unhappiness by two-year-old Layla, one of her therapy team members, Josh, entered the room. Layla became immediately silent, and a sweet dimpled smile spread across her face as she watched Josh approach her. Now, all was well with the world for little Layla. It is this trust that our pediatric […] Meet Layla