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Occupational Therapy 

Occupational therapy focuses on helping people of all ages and abilities to engage in meaningful activities or occupations that are important to them.

Pediatric OT's work with children and their families who may face challenges in areas such as physical, cognitive, sensory, or social-emotional development.

Our Main Goal:

Our main goal is to enhance a child's ability to engage in activities that are important for their growth and development. These activities may include: self care tasks (such as dressing, eating, grooming, toileting), school-related tasks (such as writing, cutting, and using materials), play skills, social interaction and overall independence.

Some people that we treat may have experienced:

  • birth injuries or birth defects

  • sensory processing disorders

  • tramatic injuries

  • brain injuries

  • strokes

  • spinal cord injuries

  • learning difficulties

  • autism

  • developmental disorders

  • behavioral difficulties

  • developmental delays

  • spina bifida

  • cerebral palsy

  • genetic disorders

  • other chronic illnesses

When you come and see us you will have:

  • Initial evaluation and assessment to identify areas where your child may need support

  • Intervention and treatment: designed to improve skills, independence, and overall function

  • Environmental modifications: may recommend changes to physical environment to faciliatate accessibility and saftey, adaptive equipment, etc.

  • Education and training: for families and caregivers on strategies, techniques, and adaptations to enhance participation

  • Advocacy and consultation: rights, accessibility, and inclusion in various settings

Come explore the power of play and schedule an eval today!


Taylor Kozell, OTD, OTR/L, CBIS, CNS

Taylor is a Board-Certified, Doctor of Occupational Therapy. She is a Certified Brain Injury Specialist, Certified Neuro Specialist and is 2/3 of the way complete with her Aquaticist certification! Taylor has experience treating people across the lifespan at some of the top facilities in the country in the inpatient, outpatient, and community based settings.
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