A typical pediatric Occupational Therapy Evaluation will assess the the following skill sets:

  • Fine motor (including, but not limited to, handwriting)
  • Gross motor
  • Visual motor
  • Visual perception
  • Daily living
  • Sensory processing
  • Integration (how sensory information contributes to emotional regulation, learning and behavior)
  • Praxis (how a lesson or skill is realized)

Some of the tools we use to perform an evaluation include standardized assessments, non-standardized assessments, parent interviews and clinical observations. All of this data is used to design the appropriate treatment plan and goals for each child.