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Services

San Diego Occupational Therapy recognizes the unique challenges your child may face and implements innovative strategies using a Sensory Integration approach.  A nurturing environment is emphasized with holistic support for development of motor and sensory skills in children with autism, developmental delays, learning disabilities, sensory integration dysfunction, and other special needs.

Services Include:

  • Comprehensive evaluations and treatment for children
  • Home & School Consultations with Caregivers
  • Developmental Screenings
  • Oral Sensory / Oral Motor and Feeding Skills Groups
  • Individualized and Family Focused Treatment
  • Pediatric Yoga
  • In-service Training and Workshops for Family and Community
  • Oral Motor/Feeding Evaluation and Treatment

Our Areas of Expertise:

  • Attention & Organizational Skills
  • Motor Planning & Praxis
  • Body Perception/Awareness in Space
  • Frustration Tolerance/Coping Strategies
  • Sensory Defensiveness-auditory/tactile sensitivities
  • Self-esteem, social skills, peer interactions, challenging behaviors
  • Feeding Therapy – oral aversion, defensiveness, hypersensitivities, pickiness
  • Hypotonia/Hypertonia

Common Diagnostic Categories Include:

  • Developmental Delay
  • Sensory Integration Dysfunction
  • Feeding Aversion/Oral Motor Difficulties
  • Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • Cerebral Palsy and Neuromuscular Disorders
  • Down Syndrome
  • Learning Disabilities/Dysgraphia

Developmentally, children spend the first eight years of life experiencing and challenging their bodies and their environment. Their minds are alive with information received through touch, taste, vision, smell, and sound. This stage in their development is crucial. It lays the foundation with which a child gains skills, self-confidence, and mastery of his/her body and their environment. Children express happiness in themselves and their world when development occurs as expected.

San Diego Occupational Therapy’s mission is to help your child to reach developmentally, his/her highest potential.