How can we help you?
The occupational therapist uses different evaluations (objective and subjective) to better understand the nature of the occupational difficulties of the child while taking into consideration their abilities, the environment in which the task is carried out and the requirements of the activity itself. Following this analysis, the occupational therapist may work directly with the child and/or provide recommendations to the parents or other involved adults to promote their functional ability.
Most common problems encountered
- Your child has gastroesophageal reflux
- Your child has difficulty transitioning from liquid to solid food
- Your child has difficulty drinking, managing the food in his mouth or chewing
- Your child has difficulty with food textures
- Your child has difficulty tolerating the taste of certain foods