Daily life, school, and extracurricular activities can be a challenge for children with sensory or motor disorders.

Whether your child needs help with motor skills, balance, or coordination, occupational therapy is essential to your child functioning well in school. It also encourages self-esteem and independence.

Occupational therapy helps your child: 

  • Develop fine motor skills.
  • Increase strength and endurance.
  • Improve hand-eye coordination.
  • Develop essential life skills. This includes bathing, dressing themselves, brushing their teeth, and self-feeding.

Alphabet Soup tailors occupational therapy to your child’s unique needs. It’s our goal to not only help your child physically, but give them the confidence to live life to the fullest.

What To Expect With Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is useful for children with a wide variety of needs and diagnoses. Our occupational therapists work with children who have: 

  • Genetic conditions
  • Birth defects
  • Developmental delays
  • Injuries
  • Mental health, behavioral, or learning concerns

At Alphabet Soup, our pediatric occupational therapists incorporate play to develop and refine skills. It’s also great for reducing your child’s anxiety and increasing their motivation. Many of our patients find occupational therapy fun!

During OT, our therapists will have your child complete exercises to build specific skills. We help your child build these skills and their self-esteem in a supportive, growth-minded environment.

Alphabet Soup’s team of certified occupational therapists helps your child overcome challenges with daily tasks. Learn more about our clinical approaches or schedule a consultation to evaluate your child’s unique needs.

Have Questions? Schedule a consultation

Contact Alphabet SoupCall (401) 284-8198