Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) focuses on developing motor skills, sensory processing abilities, eye-hand coordination, peer interaction, play, and self-care skills to participate in daily life activities.

Through direct service, home programs, and assistive technology, therapists help children develop fine motor and sensory motor skills for school, work, play, leisure, and self-help tasks.

Meet Our Occupational Therapists

If you would like more information about occupational therapy, please contact our Pediatric Services Navigator at 785.272.4060 or by email here.