Programs & Services

Who are Pediatric Occupational Therapists?

A pediatric occupational therapist helps a child develop, maintain, and restore abilities to become independent within their daily lives. Occupational therapists are trained to provide holistic treatment by analyzing a child’s skills, environment, context, body functions, and occupation (meaningful activities). Our approach to treatment is based on occupational therapy theories and frame of references.

At OTAP, we are dedicated to the evaluation and treatment of infants, children, and young adults. OTAP focuses on treating the “whole child” using a multi-sensory developmental approach. We work with children of all ages with any developmental challenges from coordination disorders to problems with self-regulation, sensory processing, social skills and difficulties at school. At OTAP, each child learns the fundamentals necessary to create a foundation for learning so that they can build on their strengths and experience success.

OTAP believes that parents and caregivers are an integral part of the therapy process. We provide with on site trainings following all treatment sessions for increased carryover of services in the home. We work closely with school staff to increase carryover in the educational environment.

Services We Provide


Private evaluations​ & School evaluations


Individual sessions​ & Telehealth


School​s & Private

Curriculums/Programs Utilized

Handwriting Without Tears

Sensory Integration

Zones of Regulation

ALERT Program

Interactive Metronome

Therapeutic Listening

The Listening Program

SOS Approach to Feeding


S’cool Moves

We address the needs of children who have:

  • Sensory Processing Disorder
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Learning Disabilities
  • Attention Deficit Disorder
  • Handwriting Difficulty/Dysgraphia
  • Visual/Perceptual Motor Disorders
  • Motor Coordination Disorder/Dyspraxia
  • Genetic and Neuromotor Disorders
  • Social Skills Difficulties
  • Difficulties with Self-Regulation and challenging behaviors
  • Anxiety and Self Esteem issues
  • Developmental Delays (WE TREAT BABIES TOO!)
  • Feeding Difficulties/Issues

Inside Occupational Therapy

What Can Occupational Therapy Do For You?

Credit: The American Occupational Therapy Association

What do you do? Occupational Therapist

Credit: Spokane Public Schools

Ready to Get Started?

Call or email our office staff to inquire about your child’s possible needs.