About Us

Who We Are…

A team of Occupational therapy professionals providing pediatric therapy services for children from birth to adulthood. Recognizing that each child is unique and every family is different, we strive to provide highly individualized therapy services to support their needs and empower them the best we can.

Why come to us?

We work with parents as equal partners to provide children with the best support they need. We believe parents spend more time with children than us therapists, and therefore we follow a holistic and collaborative approach with them to achieve success with the goals set for their child. We do so by training parents and providing them with child-specific home programs and strategies, to enable them to practice and build on the skills that the child learns during therapy.

We Believe In…

Providing excellent quality, evidence-based, family oriented therapy services to help each child reach his full potential.

The Approach

Child-friendly : Promoting growth and learning as the child explores through a host of creative and playful therapeutic activities. We strongly believe that children learn the best in an environment which fosters care and respect along with fun!!

Family-centred : Working together with the family, by empowering and supporting parents in their journey of bringing up a special child.

Evidence-Based Practice : Using effective research based treatment interventions while considering patient preferences, needs and values.

How Can We Help?

Through the services we offer, we endeavor to help our kids be the best they can. We work with them to thrive as children and grow into adults that have autonomy and live a fulfilled life.

As Occupational Therapy professionals, we offer a wide range of therapy programs as interventions for a variety of conditions, including but not limited to:
Sensory Processing Disorders, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Oro-motor and Feeding difficulties, Learning Disabilities, Trauma sensitive approach, Handwriting Difficulties, Neuro-developmental disorders and genetically based conditions etc.


What referral do I need to receive Occupational Therapy?

You don’t need a referral to visit an OT. However you can be referred for OT by a developmental pediatrician or a pediatric neurologist who may first diagnose a particular developmental disability or if the child may be at risk for the same. However, parents, school teachers and significant other caretakers or professionals working with the child may also refer the child for OT evaluation if they notice some red flags.

To make the therapy process more holistic, we have a host of services ranging from:
  • Evaluations and assessments
  • Consultations
  • Individualized on-going therapy services
  • Teletherapy
  • Intensive
  • School based OT
  • Continued Education and Professional Training
  • Parent Education and Support
  • School Recommendations
  • Group Therapy
  • Home visits/School visits/ Outdoor setting visits

Meet Our Team