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Clinical Therapy

Occupational therapy:

Age appropriate fine motor skills, sensory processing needs, and visual motor skills (for example, handwriting, hand eye coordination, and coloring). Occupational therapy focuses on self-care, work, and leisure activities involved in daily living (occupation is how we spend our time).

Physical therapy:

Age appropriate gross motor skills (such as running, jumping) hand-eye coordination, and balance

Speech language therapy:

Age appropriate speech sound production, expressive/receptive language skills, social language use, and functional communication skills. Speech-language pathologists address a variety of areas, including the following:

 


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