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Occupational Therapy, Connect The Dots – PLLC
Connect The Dots is a pediatric occupational therapy clinic specializing in sensory integration. Our goal is to build upon your child’s strengths to promote further independence in daily activities of life, thus empowering every child step by step. We take a holistic approach in evaluating your child to understand how occupational therapy can most positively impact their life.
In conjunction with their caregivers, teachers and health practitioners, we will take part in connecting the dots and determining a treatment plan that can address the immediate as well as long term needs of every child.
Occupational, Physical and Speech Therapy services and private evaluations – Accepting all facility based Early Intervention, CPSE, and RSA mandated therapy services. For private pay clients, our office will assist you in insurance reimbursement
Handwriting assessment and remediation classes – Ongoing individual and group classes to build the skills needs for handwriting, including body alignment, visual and fine motor skills Handwriting Class
Therapeutic Listening(R) Program with full CD rental program
Super Soccer Stars Special Needs Classes
Super Soccer Stars Special Needs is a unique program created exclusively for children with developmental disabilities, accommodating children with ADD, autism, Down’s syndrome, and other forms of PDDNOS. With a maximum of two children per coach, the program helps children incorporate into their lives much needed notions of structure and task completion through entertaining and engaging soccer activities. Our unique age-specific, special needs curricula is designed by a combination of early childhood, behavioral, ABA and soccer specialists to ensure that each child is learning, building self – confidence, enhancing social skills, and having a blast from the first moment on.
S.I. (Sensory Integration) Services – Sensory integration relates to the ability of the nervous system to organize and modulate certain sensory functions, in order for us to function in everyday situations. According to Jean Ayres, an occupational therapist and an educational psychologist, sensory integration is “the organization of sensation for use.”
There are three critical sensory systems:
Our vestibular system provides us our sense of balance and movement
Our proprioceptive system, our muscle and joint sense, provides us an internal awareness of where our joints and muscles are at any given point, and
Our tactile system helps us perceive the environment and respond with protective reactions.
Sensory integration dysfunction occurs when a child has difficulties interpreting incoming sensations to the vestibular, proprioceptive and/or tactile systems.
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