Make Way For Me! Occupational Therapy does not exclusively work with children. The therapeutic techniques we use have significant benefits for adults as well. Occupational therapists will create individualized treatment plans to work with you on the goals that are most important in your life.

Occupational Therapists can help in the following areas:

Motor Skills
  • Fine Motor: printing and keyboarding efficiency 
  • Gross Motor: balance, coordination 
Life Skills
  • Community access
  • Increasing participation in leisure activities 
  • Activities of daily living, including cooking and cleaning the house 
  • Self-care activities
Cognitive Skills
  • Memory 
  • Organization, attention, and concentration 
Social/Emotional Skills
  • Managing stress, anxiety, depression, and mood shifts 
  • Self-esteem 
  • Inter-personal relationships 

Services of this type may be appropriate for those who have:  

  • Learning Disabilities 
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder 
  • Attention Deficit Disorder and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder  
  • Sensory Processing Disorder 
  • Developmental Coordination Disorder 
  • Downs Syndrome 
  • Attachment Disorders 
  • Visual Processing Disorder 
  • Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder
  • Mental health challenges (anxiety, depression, PTSD) 
  • and developmental delays