Pediatric Occupational Therapy

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    Programs that evaluate the skills of children who are having difficulty with the practical and social skills necessary for everyday life and provide therapy whose objective is to help them become as physically, psychologically and socially independent as possible. Occupational therapy is provided for children when there is a disruption in one or more of the following areas: gross motor skills, fine motor skills, cognitive-perceptual skills, sensory motor integration, visual motor skills, motor planning skills, play skills, socio-emotional skills and/or activities of daily living (self-care skills such as dressing, eating and personal hygiene). Included are programs for children with birth injuries, learning disabilities, cerebral palsy, developmental delays, intellectual disabilities, attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), autism and a wide range of other conditions.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Clarion Forest VNA - Occupational TherapyTreatment based on utilization of activities calculated to encourage the disabled patient to contribute to their own recovery. The ultimate goal is for the patient to participate as independently as possible in his activities of daily living.ClarionClarion Forest VNAClarion Forest VNA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational TherapiesPhysical, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided to children and adults in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units. These services are also available as requested by families. Our therapists serve over 500 children at our centers or in their school settings.PhiladelphiaJoseph X. Yaffe Center (Philadelphia Division - HQ) - Philadelphia; Wynnefield HeightsEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies - ChesterPhysical, Speech and Occupational Therapy services are provided to children and adults in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units. These services are also available as requested by families. Our therapists serve over 500 children at our centers or in their school settings.ChesterChester County Division - DowningtownEaster Seals of Southeastern PA
    Easter Seals of Southeastern PA - Physical, Speech and Occupational Therapies - MontgomeryProvides in schools and day cares under contract with school districts and intermediate units.MontgomeryMontgomery County Division - Kulpsville (Gresh Center)Easter Seals of Southeastern PA
    Green Woods Charter SchoolThe purpose of the special education department at Green Woods Charter School is to provide Free Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) in the Least Restrictive Environment (LRE) to students with disabilities. At Green Woods, we want to ensure that students with disabilities find success in a regular education setting. A student may receive additional services if the Individualized Education Program (IEP) team determines that related services are required for that student to make adequate academic progress in the general curriculum. These services include but are not limited to speech and language therapy, occupational therapy, remedial reading, and counseling. PhiladelphiaGreen Woods Charter School - Philadelphia; RoxboroughGreen Woods Charter School
    INVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsInvo Healthcare Early Intervention provides services to families of infants and toddlers age birth to 3 with developmental delays. The services are designed to support the family’s concerns by partnering to enhance a child’s development throughout daily routines in the home and in the community. Services include: Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech Pathology, Special Instruction and Special Instruction BehaviorBucksINVO Healthcare, Early Intervention Services, York and AdamsINVO Healthcare Associates llc
    Itinerant Therapy Services - Central Intermediate Unit #10 - Clinton CountyProvides itinerant therapy services (speech therapy, occupational therapy) for children ages 3 until they enter kindergarten. Children are screened and evaluated so that those identified can receive services in the best placement for them, whether it is at home, a caregiver's house, a preschool, a Head Start classroom, or a specialized preschool.ClintonCentral Intermediate Unit #10 - Preschool Program of Child Development - Clinton CountyCentral Intermediate Unit #10
    Leg Up Farm, Inc.Therapy services: •Physical therapy •Occupational therapy •Speech therapy •Therapeutic horseback riding, and •Nutritional services. Educational programs: •Matthew's Town Social networking: •Group therapy for kids and adults Caregiver support: •Respite services, support groups Community collaboration: •Youth programs •Summer Camps YorkLeg Up Farm, Inc.Leg Up Farm, Inc.
    Marc Children's ServicesEarly Intervention (preschool) programs are provided for children who are considered as "at risk" having shown a delay in a mental or physical developmental area. Preschool programs are designed to work with each child at the earliest age possible to improve and/or maintain skill/capability areas where a developmental delay is identified. The Early Intervention services for children considered "at risk" are divided into two program areas that are overseen by the Office of Child Development and Early Learning (OCDEL). The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare maintains responsibility for the funding and supervision of programs for children from birth to age 3 years old. These programs concentrate on enhancing the physical and mental development of these children. The Pennsylvania Department of Education has responsibility for all "at risk" children from the age of 3 years until school age. Services are provided in the areas of physical, sensory, cognitive language, speech, social-emotional and self-help. BerksReading OfficeArc of Montgomery, Berks and Bucks Counties
    Occupational TherapyOccupational therapy helps people of all ages achieve independence in their daily life activities of occupations. At Laughlin, occupational therapists use therapeutic activities to improve the child’s independence. Developmental skills targeted in occupational therapy may include: Fine motor coordination and play activities Visual perception and visual motor skills Gross motor skills and strengthening for big muscle play and sports Self care skills including dressing, grooming, and feeding Organizational skills and attention Sensory processing and regulation Occupational therapy is individualized to meet each child’s needs.AlleghenyLaughlin CenterLaughlin Children's Center
    Occupational Therapy - Hope Enterprises - Children's Development CenterOccupational therapy helps a child develop the fine motor skills needed for activities in daily life such as playing with toys, writing and cutting with scissors. Licensed therapists also teach adapted techniques and use of adaptive equipment to accomplish everyday tasks such as eating with utensils and dressing oneself.LycomingChildren's Development CenterHope Enterprises
    Pediatric Occupational Therapy - DoylestownOccupational therapy for children and adolescents improves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills, play/leisure skills, handwriting and keyboarding skills.BucksDoylestown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Pediatric Therapy-St.Joseph's CenterSt. Joseph’s Center has long history of caring for children with special needs. The trend continues today in the Center’s state-of-the-art Weinberg Therapy Building. Experienced therapists utilize a play-based gym, a therapeutic pool, the latest in communication technologies, and full music and recreation therapy facilities to provide each child with a comprehensive therapy service. Licensed therapists evaluate skills and work one-on-one through an individually developed plan of care. By incorporating the family and/or caregiver, we hope to attain functional goals and ultimately to improve the quality of life for each child.LackawannaOutpatient TherapySt. Joseph's Center
    Quakertown Occupational TherapyOccupational therapy for children and adolescents improves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills, play/leisure skills, handwriting and keyboarding skills.BucksQuakertown Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Speaking From the Heart - Occupational TherapyOccupational Therapy Services are provided by an Occupational Therapist. All our providers in Occupational Therapy hold a minimum of a Bachelor's of Science Degree, have an active license in the state of Pennsylvania, and receive at least twenty-four hours of continuing education, on a yearly basis. The Occupational Therapist provides support for an improvement of functional skills. These skills include self help skills of feeding, brushing teeth, brushing hair, dressing, and washing. Support is also provided to improve fine motor skills of strength, coordination, and motor planning. The therapist will also assist the child to feel comfortable with their surroundings and their body in various activities of play and daily living.Chester*Main Site (Speaking From the Heart, Inc.)Speaking From the Heart
    Theraplay - Bensalem Occupational TherapyOccupational therapy for children and adolescents improves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills, play/leisure skills, handwriting and keyboarding skills.BucksBensalem Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational TherapyImproves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.Chester*Main Site (West Chester Office) (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational Therapy - BroomallImproves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.DelawareBroomall Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational Therapy - LandesbergImproves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.MontgomeryLandenberg (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational Therapy - Montgomery; HorshamImproves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.MontgomeryHorsham Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational Therapy - Montgomery; LimerickImproves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills and play/leisure skills.MontgomeryLimerick Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Theraplay - Pediatric Occupational Therapy - Newtown CenterOccupational therapy for children and adolescents improves the areas of fine motor, visual perception and cognition through purposeful everyday activities. The areas addressed include hand skills, sensory function, eating, self-care, social skills, play/leisure skills, handwriting and keyboarding skills.BucksNewtown Center Office (Theraplay)Theraplay
    Therapy Programs of Wyoming Valley Childrens AssociationTherapy approaches are individually designed for the child’s needs and developmental level. Therapy may include floor play, table top activities, or a combination of both. Sessions are often one on one (child and therapist). Small group therapy is also offered in order to work on the development of social communication. Computers and other devices may be utilized in therapy sessions. Augmentative Communication Devices are used with nonverbal children or children who have limited verbal abilities in order to afford the child the opportunity to communicate independently. We offer Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy, Speech/Hearing Therapy and individualized to meet each child's needs.LuzerneTherapy Programs of Wyoming Valley Childrens AssociationWyoming Valley Childrens Association

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