Occupational Therapy  Services
Solutions for high functioning kids and teens!

What if there were a better way to manage a child’s “meltdowns”?

The primary reason so many parents struggle with their child’s unpredictable meltdowns (longer than they should be) is often because they have been told to work on “discipline” with their children, take pills, or accept that it’s “an age thing” and their child will “grow out of it”. Can you relate?


Sensory challenges can cause tantrums and "meltdowns".

Take our Sensory Quiz to see if your child's meltdowns are sensory based!


Free 10 question Quiz: Does my Child Have sensory Challenges?

Occupational therapy at Moving Parts Therapy provides solutions for

sensory challenges!

 Does your child seem unmotivated to learn at school? Are they smart, but not doing well in the classroom?

Postural core stability challenges can be the cause.

Kids can run and do gymnastics moves, but they may not be able to sit still with ease in order to be able to do their best at school.

Free 10 question Quiz: Does my Child Have Postural Core Stability Challenges?

We Provide Solutions for Learning Challenges!

 Does your child seem easily frustrated during school or quickly quit sporting activities? Are they smart, but seem to lack confidence?

Coordination and motor planning challenges can be the cause.

Kids can learn physical activities, but seem to take a long time and forget skills they had previously mastered.   

Free 10 question Quiz: Does my Child Have Coordination or Motor Planning Challenges?

We Provide Solutions for Learning Challenges!

There are a lot of little things that concern you about your child...

They aren't that bad and no one else seems overly concerned about them...  

We specialize in helping kids who cannot get services at school!



Welcome to Moving Parts Therapy Services!

Areas of Expertise
  • Postural Core Strength

  • Sensory Processing

  • Eye hand coordination

  • Bilateral integration

  • Fine motor coordination

  • Visual Skills

  • Certified in toilet training

 Challenges addressed
  • Sensory processing challenges

  • Dyspraxia/Motor Planning

  • Handwriting

  • Continence

  • Focus/Attention

  • Sitting Still

Who Do We See?

Kids age 4 thru 19.

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This is How We Do It 

 The goal of occupational therapy intervention is to improve a child's success in school, work, home and the community. 

Occupational Therapy improves a child’s skills in his “occupation” which may include handwriting, play, eating, and dressing skills as well as other things kids do in their days. We do this through focus on fine motor skills, visual and perceptual skills, core strength, bilateral coordination and sensory-motor integration. We are Certified in toilet training.


In our clinic we work to balance therapeutic play-exercise aimed at the child with education and support for their parents. By developing relationships with not only our children but also with their parents, we are able to make more change. In addition to the improved function of the child, our goal is for parents to leave our clinic with the tools to support to them.

Parents can expect to be intimately involved in treatment and are present during sessions. All caregivers are encouraged to be a part of treatment.  Sessions often include time spent collaborating with families.


Our individual sessions are 35-40 minutes in length. Generally, treatment plans are about 8 months to 30 months depending on the client's goals. This would be discussed upon completion of the evaluation. We provide intensive services (twice per week for at least the first 4 weeks) in order to achieve neurological improvement.


The child's first appointment is 70 minute evaluation session in which we establish goals and a treatment plan. Depending on the type of service you are receiving, you and your therapist will develop a treatment plan focused on your areas of concern. During all evaluative sessions the caregivers are present.  Evaluative sessions will be a combination of standardized testing, caregiver/client interview, structured observation and observation of caregiver/child interactions.

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