Your child’s treatment may include...

..Therapeutic play activities (the natural occupation of a child) to develop and improve:

Sensory integration
Motor coordination
Postural control and balance
Developmental motor skills
Emotional regulation
Functional skills for everyday activities
Self esteem
Sense of competency and mastery
Social comfort

..Therapeutic tools, such as:

Interactive Metronome for attention and organization
Therapeutic Listening for modulation and auditory hypersensitivity
Wilbarger’s “Deep Pressure and Proprioceptive Technique” for sensory defensiveness
The Alert Program, based on “How Does Your Engine Run?” for modulation and regulation

..Compensatory skills training

..Physical adaptations to the child’s environment (e.g. pencil grips, slant boards)

..Provision of special equipment to promote the child’s independence (e.g. supportive chairs, special eating utensils)

..Ongoing consultation with parents, educational and therapeutic personnel