Children who could benefit from our services display some or all of the following:

  • Over- or under-reactions to stimuli such as touch, movement, sights, sounds and other sensations
  • Erratic arousal levels and alertness
  • Poor concentration and attention to tasks
  • Slow or difficult language processing
  • Difficulty with transitions
  • Inconsistent ability to follow directions
  • Poor play and social skills
  • Awkwardness or frustration in motor activities
  • Poor balance and coordination
  • Difficulty expressing themselves
  • Decreased self-esteem
  • Difficulty with fine motor skills and school performance
  • Poor handwriting
  • Difficulty with reading or spelling

The following checklists can help you determine if Occupational Therapy is right for your child.

Sensory Processing/Developmental History Checklists:

  • For Infants and Toddlers, ages birth through three years: PDF HERE
  • For preschool and Kindergarten, ages three through six years: PDF HERE
  • For school age 6 years and up: PDF HERE

For more, see the the Getting Started and Resources pages.