CINCINNATI OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
4440 Carver Woods Drive, # 200, Cincinnati, OH 45242 Directions
Jumping Rope, Prewriting Skills, Skipping, Behavior Issues, Catching and Throwing, Handwriting, Daily Living, Food Exploration, Sensory Modulation Disorders, Autism, Sensory Integration, Gross and Fine Motor Problems, ADHD, Asperger Syndrome, Self Regulation Problems and Difficulties with Attachment, Developmental Delays & Learning Disabilities
Cincinnati Occupational Therapy is a private practice center that provides occupational therapy evaluations of infants and children as well as adults for more than 30 years. It has been providing supports to older adults with physical and cognitive changes. The center specializes in sensory integration and deals with people with sensory processing issues or other associated problems. They have clinical research sessions and on-going local community meetings for the research of sensory processing disorders. They also have speech therapy services. They have an off-site summer day camp that combines a traditional camp experience to children with sensory processing issues. The center offers therapies for anxiety disorder and other mental health issues. Their licensed occupational therapists have a holistic approach, which focuses on enhancing the capacity of the person to engage by developing skills and abilities, adjusting the task, and changing the environment.
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ABC PEDIATRIC THERAPY
2039 Anderson Ferry Road, Cincinnati, OH 45238 Directions
Mental and Physical Disorders, Turning Pages, Keyboarding, Proper Development of Fine Motor Skills Requires Strength, Holding Small Items, Writing, Self-Esteem, Cutting, Sensory Integration, Autism, Eating, Postural Control and Coordination, ADD/ADHD, Spina Bifida, Apraxia, Learning, Behavior, Buttoning, Cerebral Palsy & Downs Syndrome
ABC Pediatric Therapy is founded by Diane L Crecelius, PT, which offers several opportunities for students to observe different aspects in the Cincinnati, OH. Their child-driven approach makes children more fun and helps them reach their goals faster than more conventional therapy approaches. They have a healthy and fun environment; children will feel relaxed and eager to learn. They will assess your child's ability level and decide which areas would need to be improved. Also serves in West Chester, Red Bank Road, Western Hills, Miamisburg, and Beavercreek.
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FUNCTIONAL INTERPLAY THERAPY
2145 Central Pkwy, #300, Cincinnati, OH 45214 Directions
Complex Trauma, Social and Emotional Activities of Daily Living, Down's Syndrome or Other Chromosomal Disorders, and Developmental Delays, Sensory Processing, Gross and Fine Motor Development, Anxiety, Standardized Scores and Skilled Observations, ADHD, Aspergers & Autism
Functional Interplay Therapy is a Cincinnati therapy clinic created by Angelina Vitucci (Gina) who offer high-quality care to children, their families, and communities. They use sensory enhancement techniques, play, and yoga to encourage well-being and engagement in day-to-day activities. The clinic's progress will create greater self-awareness and develop independence and motivation for healthy hobbies. The assessment of their occupational therapy will be 60-90 minutes and will include a one-hour report conference. FIT home programs offer extra support for the child's development and for the transition of learning to other environments. Also serves in Northside, Clifton, College Hill, Northern Kentucky, Colerain, Oakley, Hyde Park, and Norwood.