Infant and Toddler Programs for Ages 2-5
EVALUATIONS AND INDIVIDUAL OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY SERVICES
Occupational therapists work (and play) with children to improve purposeful engagement in life activities (or occupations) in the areas of self care, play, social participation and school. We offer evaluations and individual treatment targeting performance skills such as motor coordination, visual perception, sensory processing, self regulation, social interaction and oral motor and feeding needs.
Teeny Tigers Parent-Child Therapy Program for Ages 18 months - 3
This weekly program provides an opportunity for caregivers to participate in therapy interventions with their child. Interventions focus on the development of fine and gross motor skills, sensorimotor skills, speech and language skills, and the wellness of each child. Each session includes caregiver-child therapy activities and educational training on a variety of topics. This is a collaborative program with the Speech & Language Center.
Tiger Cubs Sensorimotor Program for ages 2-5
*First time participants must either schedule an Occupational Therapy evaluation or submit a recent (within one year) evaluation.
If submitting a recent evaluation, it may be sent via fax to 410-704-6303 or mailed to
Institute for Well-Being, OTC
8000 York Road
Towson, MD 21252
In this weekly program occupational therapy and speech-language therapy collaborate to provide a sensory motor approach to promote a variety of child development skills such as sensory regulation, fine and gross motor development, socialization and communication skills. Sessions are play-based and children receive both individual and group therapy to address individualized needs. This is a collaborative program with the Speech & Language Center.
Children’s Therapeutic Program for preschoolers ages 3-6
This morning program is designed for 3 to 6 year old children and offers both speech-language and occupational therapies in a therapeutic rich social and play environment. Two-day and four-day options are available. This collaborative approach provides the child with opportunities to enhance speech, language, motor and life skills development.