What is Occupational Therapy?

Enabled Living helps children overcome any obstacles they might have in their daily life, and our Occupational Therapists (OT) are here to collaborate with you and your family in reaching these goals. What is OT exactly? OT is the use of functional and purposeful activities to maximize a child’s independence in daily life. Functional activities such as swinging, climbing, jumping, dressing, painting, drawing, eating, and overall “play”  is how children experience the world, learn, and grow. Occupational therapists use their unique training and skills to help children meet their developmental milestones and improve their functional performance by focusing on social skill development, motor development, visual perceptual skills, sensory integration, and the development of self-care and daily life skills. Our OT’s use a variety of intervention approaches including: Sensory Integration, principles of Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), developmental-motor principles. Our therapists combine an evidenced-based clinical approach with a loving, supportive, and fun atmosphere for children to thrive.

We take the following insurance

Medicaid

Care Source

Primitive reflex integration

Sensory integration

SOS feeding therapy (certified)

Adaptive equipment recommendations

Home/environmental adaptations

Fine motor skills

Vestibular rehabilitation  

Auditory processing

Visual processing

Play & social skill development  

Self-care / ADL/IADL

Life skill development

Attention / Self-regulation

Motor planning skills 

Collaborate closely with ABA providers 

Consult regularly with PCP, PT, SLP, PO, educators, etc.