Children’s primary occupations are play and participation in school. Development of fine motor skills, gross motor skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory motor skills and emotional regulation skills are essential to ensure a child excels in school or at home academically, physically, socially and emotionally. The occupational therapy intervention focuses on remediating and developing such skills which cause a barrier to learning.
At Q Enrichment, we provide a prompt, high-quality assessment and treatment service for children’s occupational therapy.
Children who present with the following may require occupational therapy:
We provide occupational therapy treatment for the following conditions:
Learning difficulties – is a term used to describe a neurological difficulty with processing certain types of information.
Scholastic challenges – is a term to describe challenges affecting a child’s performance in academia, fine motor and gross motor skills.
Global Developmental Delay – is a condition where a child presents with a significant developmental delay.
Down Syndrome – is a genetic disorder caused by the presence of part of or all of a third copy of chromosome 21. It is typically associated with mild to moderate intellectual impairment, physical growth delays and characteristic facial features.
Cerebral Palsy (“CP”) – is a condition as a result of a brain injury or a brain malformation which affects the muscles in the body and the ability to control muscles, in a child.
Autism, or Autism Spectrum Disorders (“ASD”) – is a developmental disorder characterized by challenges with sensory processing, social skills, verbal and nonverbal communication and behavior.