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What is pediatric occupational therapy?

A pediatric occupational therapist uses play-based activities to improve children’s development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and self-care skills, helping them function and grow to be an independent person.

How do I know if my child needs occupational therapy?

If you or the person who takes care of your child is concerned about their development or notice that they are struggling with their daily activities, you can consult with a pediatric occupational therapist to decide if your child needs an evaluation or therapy sessions.

What age groups do you serve?

We work with infants, toddlers, children, and teenagers, as well as with their families.

Do you do home visit?

Yes, we provide home-based service. 

What areas do you serve?

Vancouver, New Westminster, Burnaby, Coquitlam, Port Coquitlam, Port Moody, Surrey, Langley

What do I do if I have to cancel a session?

We require a 24 hour notice unless there is an emergency incurred.  Any cancellation withing 24 hour will be charged a full session fee.  Please be mindful of our time so that we can accomodate those who are also on the wait list.  

What happens when I am late for the appointment?

Please notify us as soon as possible.  Unfortunately, the session will end as scheduled with no time extension.  

What if my child is sick?

Call us as soon as the child is not feeling well.  We can reschedule another time to makeup the session.

Do I need any doctor referral?

No, you do not need to visit a doctor before seeing an occupational therapist.

Can I be present during my child's session?

Generally we allow parents to be present in the first few appointment. Once the child is familiarized with the session, we recommend that parents would drop of the child and come back when the session is finished.  This is because sometimes parents could become distractions to the children. 

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