Outpatient Occupational Therapy
Outpatient Occupational Therapy for Children & Adolescents
Is your child overly sensitive to sounds, smells and tastes?
Are there certain things that your child will not touch?
Is your child fearful of exploring and trying new things?
Will your child only eat certain foods?
Does your child have difficulty walking or running in a coordinated way?
Does your child have sloppy handwriting or difficulty using his/ her fingers to draw?
Sound familiar? teli Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapy Can Help!
teli’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Services include Pediatric Occupational Therapy, which builds on the years of teli’s experience in caring for children one on one. Every child or adolescent has their own story and enormous potential. Whether your child has difficulty grasping a toy or coordinating body movements, teli’s Occupational therapist with work to tailor their therapy based on your child’s unique needs.
If your child is young and transitioning out of Early Intervention services or your child is in middle school and new to teli, our skilled teli Pediatric Occupational Therapists are well versed in addressing developmental delays for children from birth through adolescence.
What exactly is Outpatient Pediatric Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is often a confusing term when it is used in reference to children, as it implies that it deals with those in a job or occupation. In fact, your child’s growth is dependent on the development of the very skills that enable them to be independent in their day to day activities. As a vital part of teli’s Outpatient Rehabilitation Services, our Pediatric Occupational Therapists work to create fun and impactful activities to improve their lives and interactions with others.
Some examples of the types of Pediatric Occupational Therapy utilized to address challenges include:
- Motor skills to help with limited gross or fine movement
- Visual perceptual skills that address limited hand-eye coordination
- Activities of Daily Living (ADL’s) or self-care
- Sensory motor activities including coordination, timing and motor planning
- Sensory processing skills that limit a child’s ability to complete day-to day activities and interaction with others
- Fine motor and oral motor skills for eating
How can teli help?
Help is as easy as a phone call away! Call 412-922-8322 x10 today to make an appointment!
We accept most insurance plans and have openings with no waiting lists at our two convenient Pediatric Outpatient Rehabilitation Pittsburgh locations:
teli/ Main Office:
2510 Baldwick Road
Pittsburgh PA 15205
Greentree/ Crafton Area
teli/ South Hills:
110 Fort Couch Road
Pittsburgh, PA 15241
Near South Hills Village Mall