• Occupational Therapy Services (OT)

    Occupational therapy is a service provided by a licensed therapist to help a child develop the underlying skills necessary for learning. School therapy is designed to help the student access educational services. Services are provided to both regular education students and students with disabilities to help them meet with success in their educational environment.

    In the educational setting, intervention strategies are varied. The therapist provides activities, procedures, and environmental modifications necessary to implement the goals and objectives of the Individual Education Program (IEP) and/or the Occupational Therapy Intervention Plan. Direct, monitoring, and consultation services are provided to the 13 school districts and charter schools by Registered Occupational Therapists and Certified Occupational Therapy Assistants.