Occupational Therapy for Children with Autism

Just like the name suggests, occupational therapy is designed to help children with the occupations of daily life. For kids, that means learning how to play, learning how to socialize, learning how to participate in school, and learning to take care of themselves, including dressing, feeding and using the toilet.

At Soar, all the evidence-based specialties for autism care are under one roof, including occupational therapy. This video demonstrates how we incorporate OT into our whole-child care model to help children with autism thrive.

Whole-Child Autism Care
Sensory Social Routines to Encourage Play

Soar Autism Center

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