More and more parents who have concerns for their child’s development are turning to Pediatric Occupational Therapists for help. Occupational therapists are able to help develop the central nervous system, eliminating the need to use medication for treating a number of developmental issues. Medication should be the last resort when it comes to treating behavioral issues in children.
Occupational Therapy, or OT, is an effective way to help treat developmental problems through the use of everyday familiar activities.Â Problems such as:
- Delays in motor skills
- Problems in Speech, Reading, Writing and Math
- And other developmental concerns
New Jersey Pediatric Occupational Therapy Practice
What makes Occupational Therapy so effective in dealing with developmental problems is that this practice makes use of things and activities that are already familiar to the patient. A therapist uses different activities and tools to address different developmental concerns.
Everyday objects such as balls, boards, pens and scissors are used to help train the child’s fine motor skills and balance. What this does essentially is the patient is slowly eased into a normal way of life using every objects that they are already familiar with, and without making use of chemicals.
New Jersey Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Children with developmental delays are best addressed by an Occupational Therapist with a specialized set of skills and experience in order to help them ease into a normal life inÂ school and other social environments.
If you are looking for ways to address the developmental concerns of your child, you might want to try out our various therapy services which directly addresses the behavioral issues.
Our Pediatric Occupational Therapy facility in Chatham, Morris County offers a wide range of therapy programs. We have a unique and effective way of determining which program is best for your child.
Families from Essex, Union and Passaic have come to us for help and have been grateful for the work we have done on their children.
We have helped hundreds of families bring out the best in their children through our specialized pediatric occupational therapy programs.Â For more information on what we do and how we can help, please give us a call today, and we would love to speak with you.