• Fine and gross motor skills
  • Meeting developmental milestones for babies and toddlers
  • Printing and handwriting
  • Assessment for assistive technology
  • Training on various software programs
  • Equipment and environmental modifications
  • Sensory processing
  • Supporting better sleep/sleep hygiene
  • Exploration of leisure activities
  • Daily routine and schedule
  • Strategies to improve self-care
  • Attention and focus
  • Organizational skills
  • Classroom observations/recommendations
  • Self-regulation skills
  • Anxiety and stress management
  • Prevocational and vocational skills
  • Parent education and training
  • Complete home safety assessment


When meeting with an occupational therapist, a variety of assessments are used. These include:

  • Standardized Assessments
  • Clinical Observations
  • Parent Interview and or Checklist

As service providers, occupational therapists evaluate the children in their home and other environments such as school. The initial assessment includes input from both the child as well as the caregivers. Once the assessment is complete, a full report will be provided including recommendations as well as education and feedback for families. In collaboration with the caregivers, realistic goals are created to best address the child’s needs at that time. Intervention is customized to meet those needs and to ensure that they can improve their ability to perform in their regular occupations and achieve their goals. Changes to the intervention plan and intensity of treatment can occur at any time depending on the progress of the child.