About Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapy addresses anything that occupies your child's time.

That means occupational therapists address anything your child (young or old) does from the moment they wake up until the moment they fall asleep at night.

This includes challenges while:

  • Getting dressed or wearing clothes

  • Completing bathroom tasks

  • Eating various foods

  • Sitting still

  • Paying attention

  • Following instructions

  • Keeping endurance during play

  • Participating in sports

  • Understanding social skills

  • Completing homework

  • Doing chores

  • Bathing

  • Falling asleep at night

  • Doing anything else that occupies their time

If there are any barriers to performing daily tasks,

occupational therapists discover strategies to help each child succeed.

Receiving occupational therapy in the comfort of your home means your child can meet their goals faster and the family can have a better understanding of how and why the strategies work.

Here are some examples of what OTs can work on:

Common diagnoses include:

ADHD/attention difficulties

Autism spectrum disorder

Birth injuries

Brain injuries

Broken bones

Cerebral palsy

Developmental delays 

Emotional dysregulation

Fine motor delay

Gross motor delay

Hypotonia

Intellectual disability

Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis

Lack of coordination

Sensory processing difficulties

Social skill deficits

Weak muscles

And more!

Kidable Therapy does not require a formal diagnosis to receive occupational therapy services. Do you have questions about the referral process? Click here

Our services are family-centered and based on evidence-based research to promote optimal performance throughout the day. 

What to know what the process looks like? Check out our therapy roadmap.