neuroBridge Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Focused on Helping Children Prepare to Navigate the World

How neuroBridge OTs Help 

neuroBridge Occupational Therapists focus on helping a child be prepared to navigate the world. Pediatric OT's use play and therapeutic techniques to address play skills, self-care, and academic readiness. We know that children must move in order to learn, so we organize and plan playful activities based on our specialized training and the specific needs of the child. We want children to play with confidence as they grow. Our goal is to help each child succeed in their daily work and play.

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Our areas of focus include: 

  • Sensory Processing Disorders 
  • Handwriting 
  • Kindergarten readiness 
  • Coordination 
  • Balance 
  • Visual Motor Skills/ Visual Perceptual Skills 
  • Timing, sequencing and processing speed 
  • Self Regulation 
  • Autism spectrum 
  • Developmental delay
  • Social Emotional Learning

Treatment Methods

  • Play based Sensory Integration Therapy
  • Therapeutic Listening program
  • Kawar Vestibular-Ocular Protocol (Astronaut program)
  • NeuroNet
  • SOS Approach to Feeding
  • Handwriting Without Tears and certified HW instructor
  • Interactive Metronome
  • Cogmed

Working at the schools provides us with access to scooter boards, swings, slides,climbing walls, theraballs and playground equipment, which we use to help kids with balance, coordination, postural control and stability.


Pediatric Occupational Therapy Services


Sensory Integration with neuroBridge

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NeuroNet & Interactive Metronome Programs

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Handwriting Skills with neuroBridge

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