Sensory Processing Disorder: Occupational Therapy Demonstration

Sensory Processing Disorder: Occupational Therapy Demonstration

Jun 9, 2015 | By: LurieChildrens

Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital of Chicago offers a comprehensive, state-of-the-art Occupational Therapy Program with a vibrant developmental approach. Our skilled and versatile occupational therapy team specializes in the evaluation and treatment of children from premature babies to teenagers with health challenges in the following areas:

- Fine motor skills involving small muscle movements, use of fingers, and coordination with the eyes and hand movement together.

- Visual perceptual motor skills involving the coordination of the two sides of the body, hearing, seeing, feeling and moving to perform novel functional and motor tasks.

- Integrating previously experienced information with new learning.

- Sensorimotor skills involve incorporating information received from body senses and the environment to carry out appropriate movement skills required for functional living skills, following directions and social skills.

- Social interactions and play skills relating to the use of fine motor, perceptual motor and sensory motor skills while at home and in the community.

- Upper extremity ability involving the use of shoulders, arms, hands and shoulder girdle for age-appropriate skills and activities.

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Video Provided By York Paediatric Therapy Services Inc.