Occupational Therapy For Kidz, Specializing In Sensory Integration

Occupational Therapy For Kidz, Specializing In Sensory Integration

UPDATED: May 6, 2019

OT For Kidz is recognized for their clinical expertise with over 20 years of experience of working extensively with children with multiple types of Sensory Processing Disorders, Autism, Attention Deficit Hypersensitivity Disorder, Learning Disability, Genetic disorders and other developmental disorders. Their mission is to treat the "whole" child and thus has worked in collaboration with nutritionist, audiologist, speech therapist, special educators and other disciplines. In addition to ongoing OT services, their support programs are dedicated for the children who needs that additional help (i.e. Sensory-Motor Handwriting classes, Sensory Integration Intensive program, Social Group gatherings). In addition, OT For Kidz are dedicated in training clinicians and educators and offers continuing education workshops throughout the year.

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Occupational Therapy For Kidz, Specializing In Sensory Integration
219-02 Linden Blvd
Cambria Heights, NY 11411
United States


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