Helping Children Ages 0-18
At University of Utah Pediatric Occupational Therapy, we work to meet the needs of children from 0-18 years old who have challenges with development and functional performance. This could include overall child development, educational performance, acquired injuries, and emotional-behavioral skills.
For example, your child may have trouble with any of these areas:
- Overall motor skill development
- Motor planning and improved coordination
- Sensory processing disorders
- Feeding development/feeding challenges
- Fine motor development
- Handwriting skills
- Visual-motor development
- Social and play skill development
- Self-regulatory skills
- Self-care skills
- Adaptive behavior
- Access and use of assistive technology
Our goal at the Life Skills Clinic is to provide professional interventions for children in a fun, family-centered, community environment.
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Customized Occupational Therapy Plan
At the Life Skills Clinic, children will have opportunities to improve and expand their own skills and developmental milestones through:
- natural play schemes,
- carefully constructed sensory and motor challenges, as well as
- education-based opportunities.
We design an occupational therapy plan, provided in individual and/or group sessions, tailored to each child.
Ask us about our community based pediatric groups:
- Social Skills
We can even come to you!