Occupational therapy is concerned with the child’s ability to participate in desired daily life activities or “occupations”. Occupational therapists use their unique expertise to support the achievement of developmental and learning outcomes for children.
Physical therapy helps people of all ages improve strength and mobility so that they can function in their lives. In particular, physical therapists address difficulties with gross motor delays, movement dysfunction, and impaired postural control.
Pediatric speech therapists use a child’s work or “play” to obtain desired communication. They diagnose and treat children with a broad spectrum of disorders. A child’s speech or communication is the foundation for all peer and adult interaction.