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Designed to Support Your Child + Your Family 

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy values the importance of independence and quality of life through engaging clients in occupations that are meaningful and necessary activities of everyday life. For children, those occupations include playing, school/learning, self-care tasks, socializing, and any activities the child may participate in throughout the day. For older children, these occupations may include, maintaining friendships, transitioning to work, gaining higher education, exploring leisure activities, and driving.


Occupational therapists assess the underlying skills that are required to complete those tasks and provide therapeutic interventions to address the child’s needs.

How do I know if my child would benefit from occupational therapy?

  • Difficulty with fine motor tasks such as opening containers, buttons, zippers, using two hands together

  • Have delays in development as an infant, toddler, or preschooler

  • Difficulty with dressing, feeding themselves, tying shoes, hygiene routines, cooking, etc

  • Avoids playing with other children or has difficulty socializing with peers

  • Poor balance and coordination

  • Decreased strength and endurance with gross motor or fine motor activities

  • Have trouble with writing

  • Have trouble paying attention in school and following directions


In home Occupational Therapy


Evaluations will take place in your home and consist of standardized testing, parent interview, observations, and questionnaires. Depending on your concerns for your child, a variety of skills may be assessed such as, fine motor development, visual motor development, sensory processing skills, visual perceptual skills, handwriting skills, gross motor development, daily living skills.


A comprehensive evaluation report will be provided with results, plan of care, and any other referrals or recommendations.


Occupational therapy consists of skilled interventions to improve self-care, fine motor, visual motor, sensory processing, cognitive deficits, and overall coordination difficulties.


My treatment approach is family and client-centered with a strong emphasis on home programming, working toward functional goals, and helping your child reach their maximum potential during this phase of their life.


Based on the results of your child’s occupational therapy evaluation, treatment may or may not be recommended. If ongoing treatment is recommended, goals will be established and a frequency of treatment for one-on-one sessions will be suggested based on the needs of your child and your schedule. I will work with you to decide what will be the best fit for your family.


Confident Kids Therapy accepts all major credit cards, HSA cards, cash, and checks. 


Currently, we accept private pay and Delaware County Board of Developmental Disabilities funding. 


We do not directly bill insurance on your behalf. You can however submit a self-claim with an invoice provided by me that will include all the necessary information you may need.

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