An occupational therapists role in your child’s life is unique and dynamic. Based on your child’s needs, we are here to assess and guide development from birth to adulthood. For a young child, this may include, learning to sit independently, playing with toys , performing everyday self-care tasks (eg. dressing, eating, toileting) to participating in classroom tasks (cutting with scissors, learning to print). As your child reaches puberty, there may be other challenges related to socialization, academics and self-management. A child’s ability to reach their potential is dependent on many factors including physical and cognitive skills, sensory needs, family/community support and access to environmental supports. Early intervention is a key to attaining most developing skills. We would like to be able to help you and your child with the challenges you are facing today!