Occupational Therapy Clinic
- Getting started
- Autism Diagnostic Entry Clinic
- Autism Medical Clinic
- Behavioral and Educational Services
- Child Development Clinics
- Child Neuropsychology Clinic
- Early Behavioral Intervention Services
- Plan for Developmental Intervention Services
- Early Intensive Behavioral Intervention Services
- Family Resource Service
- Individual and Family Therapy Clinic
- Occupational Therapy Clinic
- Speech and Language Clinic
Occupational therapists use purposeful activity to promote development or restore function in daily living skills, community, school or home.
A comprehensive evaluation, formal report with recommendation and development of interventions as warranted are the key components of occupational therapy services.
Typical services provided
- Formal evaluation: fine/gross motor skill development, visual motor/visual perceptual skills, handwriting, activity participation, sensory processing and self-help skills
- Individual or group therapy: targeted therapy addressing specific areas of concern. Designation of group or individual therapy is based on the client’s needs.
- Consultation: prevision of support or suggestions to families or other interested parties for children or adults who have been evaluated or are receiving treatment
Individual needs typically addressed
- Self help skills
- Play and social skills development
- Dressing, hygiene, toileting, eating/feeding
- Household chores/responsibilities
- School skills such as handwriting, cutting and managing school materials
Faculty and clinical staff
Lea Ann Lowery, M Ed, OTR
Jacquelyn Sample, MEd, OTR/L
Call 573-884-6052 to schedule an appointment.