Occupational Therapy Services
CAFL occupational therapists are well-trained and highly skilled professions, licensed by New York State, who specialize in the evaluation and treatment of children with a variety of needs. They are experienced in the treatment and facilitation of sensory and motor development in children of all ages. Such development can lead to increased independence in the home, at school, and in the community. Therapists promote the use of play in sessions with children, providing a fun and motivating setting in which to learn and grow. Our occupational therapy providers are skilled in meeting needs in a variety of areas, including:
- Fine motor development and coordination
- Visual motor skills
- Visual-perceptual skills
- Sensory processing and sensory integration skills
- Therapeutic Listening
- Handwriting Without Tears (HWT)
- Self-care skills
- Oral motor skills and feeding
- Adaptive equipment needs
- Reflex emergence/integration
- Visual efficiency skills
- Adaptive equipment: positioning, splints, sensory needs
For a current schedule of our fine motor and sensory groups, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Services Provided in a Variety of Settings
Our occupational therapists provide services in a variety of settings including homes, daycares, preschools, nursery schools, and ‘in-center’ at the CAFL clinics. CAFL gyms are especially popular as a treatment site as children can benefit from the specialized equipment. Our one-point-overhead suspended swings are a vital part of sensory treatment as well as visual skill development. As with all of our clinical and educational professionals, our occupational therapy providers are part of a multidisciplinary team who are working closely with the family, other service providers, the entire educational team, and the medical community. This ensures that all aspects of your child’s development or rehabilitation are addressed.
- Brain Balance Centers - Reflex Integration
- Sensory Processing Disorders Network
Feel free to email us regarding any scheduling or questions.
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