What does an Occupational Therapist do?
Our therapists work with your child to develop, improve, or restore your child's abilities and functions. They are highly trained in selecting and grading specific interventions to promote the development of individual skills for self-care, play and learning.
Techniques & Treatments
We at OT Solutions, Inc., are dedicated to providing the highest quality services with the most positive results for children and their families as we go through the process of speech and language therapy. At the core of our program philosophy is the belief that our clinicians treat children, not disabilities. With that in mind, we develop individual treatment plans that address functional outcomes for each child.Our approach to evaluating and treating communication disorders rests on the belief that communication is first and foremost a socially driven experience. We speak because we want to be heard. Whether we are talented speakers or we have difficulties expressing ourselves, we want those around us to know us, to appreciate us, and to be interested in what we have to say. We communicate because we want to be fully part of the human social experience.Our Speech-Language Pathologists specialize in the treatment of infants, toddlers, children and adolescents. Our mission is to help you and your child identify, manage and overcome the specific difficulties that interfere with communication. Our first task will be to understand which problems interfere with speaking, listening, understanding and communicating in general. Our role as the speech therapist includes direct one on one therapy, family support and collaboration with other professionals (teachers, psychologist, occupational therapist, physical therapist…). We will create the environment that will allow you to gain insight into the problem and to learn new skills that will allow you to carry over learned skills at home.