Pediatric Occupational Therapy in Clinton Township
Why Choose CWJR for Pediatric Neuro OT
Crawl Walk Jump Run offers a wide range of interventions and equipment to be utilized in the treatment of neurological diagnoses in pediatrics. Our experienced Occupational Therapists (OTs) and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants (COTAs) are skilled in the use of the Universal Exercise Unit (UEU) for out of the box interventions which are individualized to each patient’s specific needs.
The UEU can be used as a supportive system to assist in functional activities, a resistive tool for strengthening, a modality for sensory input to assist with self regulation and the ability to provide the just right challenge to progress our patients to their highest level of independence and function. The UEU can be utilized for all ages and all abilities
Pediatric Occupational Therapy Specialties at CWJR
We offer free therapy screenings with our highly trained therapists to help determine whether Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, or Speech Therapy would be beneficial for you.
Neuro Specialty Programs
- Irlen Syndrome Assessment®
- Handwriting without Tears®
- Universal Exercise Units
- Intensive Feeding
- ADD Program
- CranioSacral Therapy
- Reflex Integration
- Interactive Metronome®
- Therapeutic Listening®
- Vision Therapy
Neuro Specialty Equipment
Universal Exercise Units
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Anakin started with Crawl Walk early fall. When starting Crawl Walk’s Speech Therapy he was only able to speak a handful of words. Now, only months later, Anakin is speaking in sentences. His confidence has grown and is excelling in preschool.
OT Certifications at CWJR
The Occupational Therapy department also carries certifications in techniques such as CranioSacral Therapy, Reflex Integration, VitalStim® and Vision Therapy. Our passionate therapists develop an individualized treatment for each child with interventions focused on the areas of the brain needing further development.
Each patient is provided with an individualized evaluation, collaborative plan of care and one on one intensive therapy sessions throughout their time at our clinic. It is our goal to ensure therapy is a fun and challenging environment where pediatric patients can grow and learn new skills. We focus sessions on maximizing function to enable a child at any age to live their best life while increasing their confidence and independence with daily activities, not only in the home, but community and school environments.
Pediatric Occupational Thearpy FAQ's
Those with disabilities often need the help of occupational therapists to develop skills that allow them an active lifestyle. Pediatric occupational therapy focuses on helping children grow into functional, independent adults and can be used in a variety of situations such as physical impairment or injuries which may hamper their ability to perform common tasks like running or moving independently.
Those who are disabled often require assistance from occupational therapists who act as assistants for those looking at leading an active life style by developing necessary skills they might lack due to difficulties caused by impairments, injury’s etc- pediatric Occupational Therapy is one example where it helps children become more functionally independent and able so they can lead healthier lives without limitations.
Pediatric occupational therapy practitioners work with children of all ages to help them develop motor skills and socialization. They also provide support for the family as they navigate through this difficult time in their child’s life.
Pediatric Occupational Therapists are experts at providing care, understanding developmental milestones, and offer emotional support to infants, toddlers and youth alike along with their families.
Professionals who work with children and diagnose autism are now able to do so earlier than ever before. These professionals often provide support for families by discussing typical milestones, such as engaging in age-appropriate activities or understanding social cues that make communication easier.
From the OT Blog
Check out our Occupational Therapy blog to learn more about OT at CWJR
Sensory processing disorder, SPD, is a neurological condition that affects people of all ages. It’s now recognized as one of the most