We treat children of all ages who are behind their peers in developing their gross and fine motor skills. Examples of gross motor skills include jumping, walking, climbing stairs, and sitting independently. Examples of fine motor skills include manipulating toys and clothing fasteners, coloring, using scissors and utensils. To see if your child may be a candidate for our program, please review our Gross Motor Skills by Age chart and Fine Motor Skills by Age chart.
We address the needs of children who have concerns with gross and fine motor skills stemming from known conditions, such as cerebral palsy. We also treat children who may be otherwise healthy but are struggling to achieve common milestones.
Our physical and occupational therapists are closely integrated into the rest of the hospital’s specialties, improving care coordination between providers. Our physical and occupational therapists also have access to a range of therapeutic staff and equipment.