Pediatric Therapy & Treatment | Occupational Therapy | Physical Therapy

Children can engage in occupational therapy to improve executive functioning skills, overall attention, and self-regulation. Executive functioning is the management of a variety of cognitive processes including sustaining attention, planning/prioritizing, reasoning, task flexibility, sequencing, working memory, and more, and it develops significantly around the pre-school age. Both attention and regulation are key components for play, school, and social engagement with the use of language. In order to learn, children must be able to focus, attend, and engage.

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