For children, occupations include playing, learning, and developing their sense of independence. At Family Tree, occupational therapy is focused on helping children develop the motor and visual skills, as well as the self-regulation and social skills necessary to do so. We do this by working with the body in specific movement-based activities and exercises, all within the context of social relationships. Occupational therapy can also help you learn how to modify activities and your environment to help foster the greatest level of success for your child. Listen to our podcast on Occupational Therapy to learn more.
Reflex integration uses a variety of specific exercises to address the neurosensorimotor system; establishing a sense of safety which promotes foundational motor and cognitive skills. The Institute for Neuro - Physiological PsychologyLearn More
Bal-A-Vis-X is a series of balance, auditory and vision exercises, rooted in rhythm, that use bean bags, balls and balance boards to facilitate vision and motor skills, attention and self-esteem.Learn More
The Developmental, Individual Difference, Relationship-Based Model of Intervention (DIR) provides a developmental framework for autism spectrum and related disorders.Learn More
Brain Gym consists of 26 exercises that are designed to help with coordinating the top/bottom, left/right and front/back of the body.Learn More
RMT uses a combination of both passive and active rhythmical movements that are foundational to motor skill development and self-regulation.Learn More
Sensory Integration includes the use of activities to activate the vestibular, proprioceptive, and tactile systems to promote self-regulation and participation across all environments.Learn More
Our behavior management is based on positive communication principles. You can find our in-house parenting training here.Learn More
Social thinking skills help kids develop their social competencies to better connect with others and enhance relationships.Learn More
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My baby is very difficult to soothe and hates tummy time. Should I think about therapy for her?
My daughter is anxious and has a really hard time joining in social situations or playing with kids her own age. She doesn’t have a diagnosis, but I’m worried. Should I think about therapy for her?
My child has sensory processing challenges. His clothes have to be just right. He can’t stand certain types of movement, puts everything in his mouth, and he’s always crashing into things. Can you help?
I have general concerns regarding my child’s development, my doctor say he will grow out of it, is there something I can do now?
My son has a very difficult time paying attention, following directions, and reading. Could you help me figure out why he has these challenges and give us tools to help him?
My child doesn’t like certain foods and seems to be very selective when it comes to eating. He has a hard time chewing things. Would therapy help?