Pediatric Occupational Therapy helps children develop the basic sensory awareness and motor skills needed for motor development, learning, and activities of daily living. An pediatric occupational therapist can work with your child on the following areas: body awareness (proprioceptive sense), coordination of movements between the two sides of the body (“crossing the midline”), fine motor control and organization, motor planning, ocular motor skills, visual perceptual skills, self-regulation, and sensory modulation (reaction to stimulus). Occupational therapists work with the family, parents, caregivers and teachers in order to educate and reinforce specific skills and behaviors which will be used to improve and facilitate the child’s performance and functioning.
Tri-County Therapy is currently providing Occupational Therapy in Charleston and surrounding areas! We plan to expand Occupational Therapy services to the Upstate soon!
Charleston areas: Daniel Island, Goose Creek, Hanahan, James Island, Johns Island, Ladson, Mount Pleasant, North Charleston, Summerville, West Ashley
Call (888) 510-6369 | Fax (888) 510-9156