Empowering Children to Succeed, One Ability at a Time​​

Pediatric and Developmental Occupational Therapy 



When your child is struggling with desired daily life activities that they are expected to participate in, they are struggling with their “occupation”. These activities that they are struggling with may include problems associated with fine motor functioning.

We use fine motor skills to make small movements such as handwriting, eating, and additional self-care activities such as brushing teeth. Fine motor skills are complex and involve the coordinated efforts of the brain and muscles. They’re built on the gross motor skills that allow us to make bigger movements. 

Furthermore, our Occupational Therpasts work with patients on social skills, executive functioning, attention/ sequencing, self-regulation, and visual motor skills.   

Our practices are intended to improve confidence and empower children to participate at home, in school, and the community one ability at a time. Our therapists will find fun and creative ways to improve your child’s fine motor skills and improve their ability to perform functional daily activities.


  

Developmental Checklist

​ ​Is your child meeting their developmental milestones? 
Use our interactive screening tool to see if your 1-6 year old is on track with their gross motor, fine motor, speech, and sensory skills.
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Checklist Coming Soon!

How to receive Occupational Therapy:

Evaluation Information:


If you believe your child needs therapy, a referral from your pediatrician is required for treatment. After receiving a referral from your child's pediatrician please contact our office at (262) 653-0850 to schedule an initial evaluation.

Our front desk staff will go over an intake form with you on the phone.  They will ask for basic demographic information, insurance information, therapy history, and a brief description of the concerns you would like us to address at the evaluation.

Once an appointment is scheduled we will set you up on our parent portal to enter your child's health history information.  To expedite the process, this information must be filled out prior to arrival for the evaluation.  We appreciate your efforts in filling this out as thoroughly as possible.


When you arrive at the clinic you will need to check in with our front desk.  They will have forms for you to sign, and will ask to make a copy of your insurance card.  Evaluation appointments are generally an hour long.  We request that the parent/gaurdian remain present during the evaluation.  When the evaluation is complete the therapist will discuss areas of concerns and recommendations going forward. If your insurance requires an authorization we will work to obtain that authorization, and call to schedule you when it is in place.
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