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What is Occupational Therapy?

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Occupational therapy (OT) is therapy aimed at helping people gain and maintain the "occupations" of their lives. These occupations include eating, sleeping, bathing, playing, dressing and grooming, socializing, leisure pursuits, and succeeding in a scholastic setting. A child's occupation is play.

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What are some signs that my child may need occupational therapy?

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Do we need to see a doctor before seeing an occupational therapist?

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What is Sensory Integration?

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How can sensory integration treatment help my child?

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How do I get occupational therapy services for my child?

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Is occupational therapy covered by insurance?

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How does “The Affordable Care Act” (Obamacare) affect our services?

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