You may recognize that your child appears weak with developing hand skills, tends to be clumsy in movement, or has difficulty learning new motor skills. At school the teacher may notice reluctance in writing assignments, resistance to participate in certain activities, or problems in social interactions.
Sometimes processing sensory input from the environment can be challenging and stressful which can negatively impact behavior, attention, and performance at home, out in the community, and in school. You may feel that it is overwhelming and confusing trying to understand your child and to know how to help.
Don't trust just anyone to help you make decisions regarding your child's care. During your consultation, Winslow will listen to your concerns, help you understand your child’s needs, and work with you, providing the resources you need to make an educated decision about the direction of your child’s care.
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Children who have varying difficulties can benefit with having the professional guidance and support of a trained occupational therapist.
Diagnoses may include muscle weakness, ADD/ADHD, sensory processing disorders, aspergers/autism spectrum, learning differences, behavioral problems, developmental delays, dyspraxia, or coordination disorders.
Find out how occupational therapy can address your child’s needs when you meet with Winslow for an initial consultation. She can help alleviate the difficult feelings often experienced and provide hope for your family.
“I can’t thank you enough for the support you provided my son, as well as the education you provided me as how best to support his areas of weakness”…. “He couldn’t be more proud of himself which is amazing to see compared to where we stood a year ago!”