Occupational Therapy

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12201 Gayton Road | Richmond, VA 23238

Our OTs have specialized training in a variety of areas including: Sensory Integration, Sequential Oral Sensory (SOS) Approach to Feeding, Early Intervention, Therapeutic Listening, DIR/Floor Time, The Alert Program for Self-Regulation, The Wilbarger Deep Pressure Protocol, Masgutova Neurosensorimotor Reflex Integration (MNRI), Orton-Gillingham approach to reading, Neurodevelopmental Treatment, Craniosacral Therapy, Beckman Oral Motor Protocol, and Handwriting Without Tears.

Providing pediatric occupational therapy, speech-language therapy, physical therapy, augmentative and alternative communication, and feeding therapy in the greater Richmond area

Treehouse Pediatric Therapy

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Occupational therapy can help your child achieve important developmental milestones to support his/her participation in everyday routines and activities at home, school, and within their community. Occupational therapists seek to understand the child as a whole, assessing development, skills, and functional deficits areas, and determining the skills the child needs in order to participate fully and successfully within their everyday life. OTs may assess and help your child build skills in the following areas:

- Fine motor skills

- Visual perceptual motor skills

- Sensory processing and motor planning

- Self-regulation/emotional regulation

- Handwriting

- Social skills/play skills

- Reflex integration

- Bilateral coordination/balance/proprioception

- Postural stability/core strength

- Activities of daily living

​- Feeding skills