Individual Services 

Occupational therapy services improve the skills of children and families so they can better participate in daily activities they need and want to engage in.

Parent/caregiver involvement is essential in pediatric therapy.  I partner with caregivers during therapy to facilitate interventions, ensure understanding, and for greater support of home-programs which are a part of treatment.  

I am currently accepting tele-health occupational therapy clients  in New York and Virgina with my primary focus and plan of care on:

Pediatric Pelvic Floor

  • Bowel and bladder issues impact many children - but you do not have to go-it alone! If your child is experiencing:

    • Chronic contipation

    • Refusal to use the toilet

    • Day time leakage

    • nighttime wetting

    • urgency to pee

    • difficulty or straining when pooping

    • other toileting/bathroom issues

Then Pelvic Floor Therapy may be right next step for your child!

Playing with Toys
Family Time

Picky Eating and Food Aversions 

  • Are meal times difficult for your child? Is your child refusing certain foods or having meltdowns around mealtimes? I can help you figure out what's going on and help you improve your child's routines, their oral motor skills, and their sensory tolerance. 

  • I am trained by the Sequential Oral Sensory (S.O.S) Approach to Feeding Program and use a child-led responsive technique to improve feeding skills

Developmental Life Skills

Some children don't begin to take an active role in self-care due to sensory, social, motor, or routines-based issues. 

 

I can help you get on track with understanding your child's developmental level and setting up routines to help them succeed with skills including:

  • Dressing

  • Bathing

  • Cleaning up their toys

  • Hygiene (tooth brushing, hair brushing)

Getting Dressed

At this time, Sensory Explorers, LLC does not accept insurance. 

Upon request we will provide you with a document called a Superbill that you can submit to your insurance.  We cannot guarantee reimbursement in all or part by your insurance company and we suggest you speak with your insurance company prior to treatment if this is a concern.  

Payment is due at the time of service.