What is occupational therapy ?
Occupational therapy promotes the overall development and improvement of a person's functional abilities, particularly for children.
It can help them overcome specific challenges or amplify their innate skills.
This unique approach fosters self-confidence and independence in everyday life.
When should you consult an occupational therapist for my child?
Motor challenges: my child has difficulty with fine or global movements, such as handwriting or coordination.
Attention problems: my child's attention is limited, with difficulty concentrating or following instructions.
Daily Autonomy: my child has difficulty performing daily tasks such as dressing, eating or bathing.
Social Interaction: my child has difficulty interacting with other children, playing or sharing.
Sensory disorders: my child reacts in an unusual way to sensory stimuli such as touch, sound or light.
The different stages of
occupational therapy assessment
Initial session (60 min) $115
Evaluation (2 sessions) and feedback session $700
Session at the clinic (60 min) $115
Session at home, in daycare or at school $170