“Occupational therapy for kids? But my child doesn’t have an ‘occupation’.”

We hear this a lot. So often people associate occupational therapy (OT) with job-training, work-related injuries, or even counseling. However, OT is a highly individualized, client-centered practice tailored to each child or person's unique needs.

A child's main ‘job’ is playing and learning, yet delayed developmental milestones can impact a child’s capacity to achieve success in their daily lives.

At Cater 2 Kids OT, we evaluate children’s skills for playing, school performance, and daily activities and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group. We then design a child-driven and family-oriented approach that helps your child become more independent in everyday tasks.