Occupational Therapy Tag

Clinic opening offers new options, new resources, and a new source of hope for Charlotte families. Finding the right pediatric therapist can be a challenge. Fortunately, local parents of kids with...

In the past, educators and pediatric therapists viewed social skills instruction as more of a way to help children learn conversation rules to follow or common courtesies to use. For example,...

Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) is a family-centered practice. Caregivers and practitioners are equal partners in providing your child with the support to allow them to develop and participate in life...

5 Questions Every Parent Should Ask Before Sending their Child Back to School Executive functioning has been a buzzword in the area of education and pediatric therapy for years. However, many...

Nobody knows what exactly causes Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and it can affect children in several different ways. Despite its name, ADHD doesn’t always mean being hyperactive. One child...

Each person with autism is unique, and therefore different treatments for autism exist. Some treatments are intended for children, while others work well as a person ages. In general, highly...

Many children with autism can benefit from occupational therapy. Occupational therapy (commonly referred to as "OT") is comprised of exercises designed to help develop fine motor skills and improve life...