Occupational therapy virtual home sessions focus on a child fully participating in their home with a focus on sensory, motor and emotional development. Areas address include:

  • Working on calming and regulating strategies throughout the day
  • Family routines, such as going for a walk, bike riding, making cookies, or family dinner time
  • The child’s routines, such as bathing, sleeping, grooming, and getting dressed by themselves, including buttoning, zippering, and shoe tying
  • Potty training
  • Social skills – independent and cooperative play skills
  • Handwriting and typing
  • Memory and Attention Skills
  • Vision skills needed for improved reading, concentration and coordination
  • Motor planning and following directions