Pediatric Home Health Occupational Therapy (OT) in Texas
Providing the highest quality pediatric occupational therapy to children across Texas in the comfort of their home or day care.
Pediatric occupational therapy (OT) supports children with skills related to activities of daily living. Activities of daily living (ADL) for children include, but are not limited to feeding, dressing, bathing, grooming, playing, and learning. These activities are vital to their daily function. In collaboration with caregivers, OT supports a child’s skill development to enhance engagement and participation. Changes to the environment or equipment may also be necessary to increase independence and quality of life for children and their families.
Occupational therapists can help children with birth injuries, developmental delays, neurological disorders, autism spectrum disorder, ADHD, cerebral palsy, and many other conditions. Occupational therapists specialize in supporting children to enhance, restore or maintain as much engagement, participation, and independence as possible.
Pediatric occupational therapy uses age appropriate daily life play and activities to engage a child and family in the therapeutic process.
Some of the areas that might be address by OT are as follows:
- Self-care skills
- Visual motor skills
- Fine motor skills
- Upper extremity strength and coordination
- Self-regulation skills
- Play/Socialization skills
To see if we service your area, please view a map of all our locations. To see if your child’s treatment is covered by Medicaid, please click here to contact us online or call 877-688-2520. Click this link to submit a Pediatric Occupational Therapist referral.
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Pediatric Speech Therapy (ST)
Developmental delays often impact the way a child learns and develops speech and language. Often times this results in a child not yet speaking or not speaking clearly to others. When a child is not able to speak clearly to others, this may be due to an articulation disorder.
Pediatric Physical Therapy (PT)
Enable a child to reach his or her full potential by implementing an individualized pediatric physical therapy program to improve function in multiple settings.
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