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What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapists empower children to develop life skills through engagement in fun and functional activities.

How do I know if my child would benefit from OT?

If your child struggles in any way with daily life skills, they may benefit from OT! This could include participating in school, playing appropriately with other children, emotional regulation, trying new foods (eating a balanced diet), self-care (dressing, grooming, etc.), or engaging in fine motor activities such as handwriting, using utensils or managing fasteners.

Children ages 0-18 may benefit from occupational therapy especially if they have a diagnosis such as autism, ADHD, or a sensory processing disorder.

What is the expectation for attending occupational therapy?

OT sessions are one hour long and occur at the same day and time each week. During this time, your child will participate in fun and playful activities to develop skills and increase their confidence. We hope for parents to be available to receive recommendations and discuss ongoing challenges with the therapist at the end of each session.

How do I get started?

We first require a referral from your child’s pediatrician indicating a need for occupational therapy. When we receive this, we will contact you and schedule an initial evaluation to discuss any concerns and create a treatment plan before beginning weekly treatment sessions. The evaluation may take up to an hour and a half to address all concerns.

Are these sessions covered by insurance?

Please refer to the list of accepted insurance providers on our About page.

Check out our new building!

Conveniently located on north 24th Avenue in Norman, our facility was built from the ground up for an optimal Occupational Therapy experience.

therapy gym with wall climbing and swings
treatment room, themed in green with a child's table.
therapy gym with equipment for practicing balance
close up of children's dexterity games
child's gym with swings and rockwall
toys and a child's table, in a waiting room
shower for teaching children good hygiene
child's gym with two slides

Services Offered

  • Feeding Therapy
  • Sensory Processing/Regulation
  • Therapeutic Listening
  • Attention Span & Regulation
  • Fine motor skills  (handwriting, cutting)
  • Visual motor skills
  • Strength and endurance
  • Coordination, body & spatial awareness
  • Daily Activities (dressing, grooming)
  • Organization
  • Social skills
  • Self esteem
  • Emotional development
  • Play skills
  • No Cost collaboration with educational team