The occupational therapist can help children progress in various challenges, increase their autonomy, function in their occupations, and develop their physical, cognitive, and emotional skills.

  • Difficulties related to food (Example: reflux, refusal of the bottle or breast, sensitivity to textures, frequent vomiting, poor variety of foods and difficulty in the transition to solid foods);
  • Development of preschool skills (Example: taking a pencil, DIY, and cutting);
  • Acquisition of autonomy (Example: dressing, brushing of teeth and cleanliness);
  • AAnxiety, difficulty in managing emotions and difficulty in organizing and concentrating;
  • Development of fine motor skills (Example: handling small objects and writing) and overall motor skills (Example: clumsiness and developmental delay);
  • Sensory modulation disorder and baby with intense needs (BABI);


  • Assessment of occupational functioning;
  • Assessment of gross and fine motor skills;
  • Assessment of swallowing disorders;


  • Individual interventions in Clinic or telerehabilitation;
  • Sensory interventions;
  • Fine and global engine strengthening interventions;
  • Oromotor interventions;
  • Food aversion interventions;
  • Parental coaching;
  • CO-OP method;
  • Mid-life trips (home, school, daycare);
  • Awakening groups (0-12 months) and anxiety management group (8-11 years)