Pediatric occupational therapy

Also known as: Occupational therapy, pediatric

Occupational therapy helps people live as independently as possible. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages who, because of illness, injury, developmental delays or psychological problems, need help learning skills that can allow them to live more independent, productive and satisfying lives. Occupational therapists use work, self-care and recreational activities to increase independent function.

The pediatric occupational therapists at Providence Neurodevelopmental Center for Children specialize in motor skill development, sensory integration, visual motor integration/perception, and attention and behavioral organization. These abilities will increase your child's ability to function more independently in everyday activities, such as play, self-care, handwriting and feeding.

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Torticollis and Positional Plagiocephaly: The Need for Early Intervention

Once considered by some to be merely cosmetic, torticollis is now known to coincide with abnormal tone and motor delays. Early physical therapy has been shown to improve torticollis outcomes and decrease the duration of therapy, especially when therapy is started prior to 2 months of age.

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PNCC Referral Guide for Providers

This reference guide clarifies information needed by PNCC to schedule patients using a paper/fax or electronic referral process.