Signs that might prompt you to contact an Occupational Therapist

  • Trouble with writing or cutting.

  • Difficulty manipulating eating utensils, pencils, or scissors.

  • Hand dominance is undetermined.

  • Challenges with clothing fasteners (i.e.; buttons, zippers, snaps).

  • Poor attention and organizational skills.

  • Picky eater.

  • Craves excessive movement that interferes with daily routines.

  • Prefers sedentary activities (may avoid movement and playground activities).

  • Appears clumsy or uncoordinated.

  • Overly sensitive or under responsive to certain touches or sound.

  • Delayed milestones (i.e.; sitting, crawling, walking).


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