Occupational Therapy

Occupational
Therapy

Overview

  • Sensory Processing Disorders
  • ADD / ADHD
  • Fine Motor Development Delays
  • Acclaimed "Handwriting Without Tears" Techniques
  • Self-care Training
  • Motor Planning
  • Feeding Aversions
  • Environmental Adaptations
  • Play / Socialization
  • Interactive Metronome

About

Pediatric occupational therapy helps children be successful at the "jobs" of childhood, including play, self-care, school performance, and social interactions. Using activities that seem like play to children, occupational therapy provides challenging activities designed to improve the skills children need in their daily life.

Better Beginnings provides occupational therapy services to children and adolescents–in individual clinic based sessions and in daycare/school settings, as well as the home environment for children 0-3.

If you feel your child could benefit from pediatric occupational therapy, contact us. We will complete an evaluation and consult with you on appropriate treatment, and will set up an occupational therapy program customized for your child's needs.

We apply a "partnering" approach in our therapy services: working closely with you, your child and your family to get the pediatric occupational therapy results that matter most to you and your child.

Featured Staff

  • Brooke Bartlett

    MS, OTR/L
    Occupational Therapist
  • Stacey Brown

    MS, ORL/L, C/NDT
    Occupational Therapist
  • Marci Bowen

    COTA/L
    Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Victoria Cunningham

    COTA/L
    Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Shannon Fletcher

    COTA/L
    Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Dani Horowitz

    OTR/L
    Occupational Therapist
  • Jessica Moss

    Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Bryan Youngblood

    COTA/L
    Occupational Therapist Assistant
  • Sally Lloyd

    OTR/L
    Clinical Manager

Mission Statement

"To provide a stimulating and nuturing environment
to promote the highest quality of life for children
with a variety of developmental needs."

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