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Connections Pediatric Occupational Therapy in Boerne, Texas
Connections Pediatric Occupational Therapy in Boerne, Texas

Occupational therapy (OT) is a type of therapy that helps children who have physical, sensory, or intellectual problems. Our programs will help kids develop age-appropriate play skills, social skills, and emotional self-regulation, improve body coordination and motor skills, and improve performance with self-care skills.  Our highly skilled and experienced occupational therapists offer a holistic, child-centered approach with fun and engaging therapy techniques to facilitate improvement in your child's fine motor skills, visual motor skills, visual perceptual skills, sensory motor skills, coordination, self-help skills, feeding skills and sensory processing deficits. Our occupational therapists utilize a sensory-motor approach to learning and a variety of therapeutic models.


Intervention may focus upon:

  • Fine motor skills

  • Handwriting

  • Visual motor integration

  • Visual perceptual skills

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) or self care

  • Feeding (Picky eaters or tactile/texture sensory differences)

  • Sensorimotor activities to address motor planning and coordination

  • Sensory processing skills Integrating primitive reflexes

  • Challenging behavior

  • Poor attention/focus

  • Executive functioning skills

  • Community participation & social skills 

  • Emotional self-regulation

  • Provision of adaptive equipment

  • Assistive technology -Splinting / serial casting

  • Upper limb, upper body and core strengthening for improved participation in daily life

  • Caregiver education and training

When to Refer:

If one, or more, are occuring:

  • More than a six-month delay in achieving age-appropriate developmental milestones

  • Limited fine motor and dexterity skills Limited hand-eye coordination

  • Sensory processing skills that interfere with the child’s ability to complete everyday activities, such as: self-care (feeding, dressing, hygiene), play, community participation (school, church, playgrounds), functional communication of wants and needs

  • Orthopedic or neurological conditions that require skill-building, special equipment or adaptations for the child to succeed in daily life

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