Bellaire PT – Newborn Occupational Therapy

Bellaire PT – Newborn Occupational Therapy

Can newborn babies benefit from Pediatric Occupational Therapy?
Sleepless nights, frequent bouts of crying, and feeding-related challenges are all things that parents face with their newborns.
Many parents are left wondering:

Visual-Motor and Visual-Perceptual Skills

Visual-Motor and Visual-Perceptual Skills

Visual-Motor and Visual-Perceptual Skills Visual-motor skills are the ability of the eye muscles to work effectively to take in the visual information from the world around us. The processing of that visual information is referred to as “visual perception.” Children...
Splinting

Splinting

Splinting Children at times benefit from splinting in order to support, immobilize, or protect the arm or hand. Splints may also be used to facilitate increased range of motion or support function. Occupational therapists make custom splints for children or recommend...
Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder Challenges with sustained attention may be due to difficulty with integration of sensory input. Often parents describe their children’s behavior as “all over the place,” “always on the move,” or “can’t sit still.” Some children cannot “shut...
Play Play Play!

Play Play Play!

Play A child’s main occupation is PLAY! It is his or her primary method of learning, developing, interacting, and growing. Play encompasses a variety of areas, including: gross-motor, fine-motor, sensory-motor, pretend, and most importantly, interaction with others....

Presets Color

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