Occupational Therapy

infant -18 years old

Let’s work together to bring out the strength your child already has

If your child is showing deficits in attention, sensory integration, fine motor skills or handwriting, Occupational Therapy can help.

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Our Occupational Therapy Program

We look at function through physical, psychological, and social-emotional lenses to help your
child be more independent.

60 minute sessions 1-2x per week

60 minute sessions
1-2x per week

One-on-one therapy

One-on-one
therapy

Age-appropriate goals

Age-appropriate
goals

Multidisciplinary collaboration

Multidisciplinary
collaboration

Customized home exercise program

Customized home
exercise program

What is Occupational Therapy ?

What is Occupational Therapy and how can it help children? Watch this video to find out!

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What skilled interventions do we use?
  • Sensory Processing and Integration
  • Improving Self Regulation
  • Increasing Attention
  • Graded Therapeutic Activity
  • Adaptive Strategies
  • Fine Motor Skills
  • Reinforcement
  • Handwriting
  • Social Emotional Learning
  • Visual Perception and Visual Motor
  • Play Based Therapy
  • Feeding
  • Neurodevelopmental Progression
  • Self Care and ADL Training
  • Behavior Management
  • Safety Awareness, Parent
  • Coaching

Our Occupational Therapy Team

Cheyenne Bryant

Cheyenne Bryant

Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant

Cheyenne is a Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. She ...
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Carly Pellerin

Carly Pellerin

Certified Occupational Therapist Assistant

Carly is a UNC Chapel Hill graduate and she loves her Tarhee...
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Sarah Corley

Sarah Corley

Occupational Therapist

Sarah Corley attented University of North Carolina Wilmingto...
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Kara Causby

Kara Causby

Occupational Therapist

Kara is a pediatric occupational therapist in the Lincolnton...
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How to Get Started

Receiving a Referral

Receiving a Referral

Early Intervention services do require a referral from your pediatrician. If you do not have a referral, we will work with your pediatrician to get one.

Schedule Our first Appointment

We’ll Schedule Our first
Appointment

We’ll do a thorough case history and review your concerns. Your child will engage in a standardized assessment in order to compare their skills to same-age peers and determine whether intervention is recommended.

Treatment Plan

We’ll Create a
Treatment Plan

The OT will review your child’s scores with you and describe their strengths and weaknesses, develop goals and plan appropriate intervention.

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Journey Begins

Our Journey Begins

We’ll schedule future appointments for a time that is convenient for you. We’ll provide your child with a home exercise program for generalization of learned skills outside of the clinic setting.

How to Get Started

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Receiving a Referral
Early Intervention services do require a referral from your pediatrician. If you do not have a referral, we will work with your pediatrician to get one.
We’ll do a thorough case history and review your concerns. Your child will engage in a standardized assessment in order to compare their skills to same-age peers and determine whether intervention is recommended.
The OT will review your child’s scores with you and describe their strengths and weaknesses, develop goals and plan appropriate intervention.
journey begins

Our Journey Begins

We’ll schedule future appointments for a time that is convenient for you. We’ll provide your child with a home exercise program for generalization of learned skills outside of the clinic setting.

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Have questions about our Occupational Therapy program?

Call us at 704-718-2726 or get in touch using our online contact form.

Occupational Therapy Resources

We work hard to educate parents and providers with trusted information about autism and ABA therapy.

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Find a Location Near You

We have clinics in various cities in North Carolina, and continuing to expand.

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