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Occupational Therapy


Occupational Therapy is designed to help children facing challenges in carrying out their everyday activities often referred to as "occupations." This can include any physical, cognitive, sensory, or emotional challenges that hinder the ability of children or anyone to lead a fulfilling and independent life. The therapy begins with an assessment that involves observing the child’s daily routine and personal goals alongside emotional factors. While treatment approaches vary, they often include assistive devices, modifying environments, or establishing new routines.

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Why Us

At Adaptive Choice, we believe in the power of Occupational Therapy to enhance the convenience of daily life. We understand that sometimes, even simple tasks can become challenging, especially for children. Our team employs tested strategies and creates tailored plans for each child’s profile. We want to make everyday activities easier and more enjoyable, allowing children to embrace their childhood in a healthy way. With us, it's more than just helping your child get through the day; it's about truly living it. Let us stand by your side, guiding your child to a life where they can do more, feel better, and shine brighter in every task.

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The process

Unlocking Each Child's Potential


/ Initial Consultation

We begin with a consultation between parents and a specialist to discuss history, condition, concerns, expectations, and any other preferences.


/ Comprehensive Assessment

Next, we evaluate the learner using tools like VB-MAPP and ABLLS, assessing behaviors and preferences to identify areas of improvement and strengths.


/Individualized Treatment Plan

Following the results of the assessment, we then create a personalized treatment plan addressing parental concerns. The parents will also set goals and review results with ongoing progress evaluations.


/ Evaluation

Learner progress is analyzed through data and graphics to measure intervention efficacy and monitor ongoing development. Evaluations occur biannually.


Explore more about our Occupational Therapy for Children at Adaptive Choice. Learn about our methods, the benefits for kids, and how we shape each session to fit every child's unique needs.

Individuals of all ages can benefit from occupational therapy. From children with developmental challenges to adults recovering from injuries or older individuals experiencing age-related changes, OT provides support in enhancing their daily life skills. It is also beneficial for people with conditions like stroke, mental health issues, arthritis, or those recovering from surgery. The goal is to help these individuals lead independent, productive, and convenient lives.

A typical occupational therapy session starts with a thorough assessment to understand the individual's needs and goals. The therapist then develops a personalized plan, incorporating activities and exercises tailored to the person's abilities and objectives. These activities can range from practicing daily tasks, like buttoning a shirt or using utensils, to more complex tasks, such as improving cognitive abilities or managing time. Throughout the process, the occupational therapist provides guidance and feedback and modifies the plan as progress is made.

The need for a referral largely depends on where you live and your insurance requirements. In many places, individuals can seek the services of an occupational therapist directly without a referral. However, some insurance providers may require a referral from a primary care physician or specialist before covering OT services. If you're considering occupational therapy, it's advisable to check with your insurance provider or local regulations first.

The duration needed to see improvements with occupational therapy varies widely based on the individual's condition, goals, and the frequency of therapy sessions. Some people might notice changes after just a few sessions, while others might need longer. Consistency, active participation, and practicing skills outside of sessions can expedite progress. Regular evaluations by the occupational therapist will help in tracking improvements and adjusting the therapy plan as needed.

Get in Touch

Questions or thoughts? Reach out to Adaptive Choice. We're here to help, listen, and guide you every step of the way.

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