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Our Services

Individualized play-based therapy plans as unique as your child.

At OT to You, our goal is to help your child overcome the emotional, social, and physical barriers interfering with their day-to-day lives. We meet you and your child where you are with an individualized plan to aid in their ongoing growth and development.

How Do I Know?

You know your child better than anyone, so if you have any concerns it’s always helpful to talk. And we’re here to lend an ear. But here are some early red flags to keep an eye out for. OT might be the answer if your child has fine and gross motor skill delays. Late talking and struggling to articulate thoughts are indicators your child might benefit from speech therapy. PT could help if your child needs help with torticollis (stiff neck) or has trouble with tummy time.

Occupational Therapy

Unlock your child’s potential and create lasting success with our individualized occupational therapy sessions focused on enhancing fine motor skills, sensory processing, and more.

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Speech Therapy

Our compassionate speech therapists engage with your children to empower their speech, language and social communication skills for lasting confidence.

Physical Therapy

With each fun, targeted session, we work to enhance children’s gross motor skills, coordination, and physical development, promoting a vibrant childhood!

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Pediatric Social Groups

Foster friendship and cultivate confidence with our playful pediatric social groups. Our groups are designed for a wide range of ages and needs.


You are not alone in this journey. We are here to help you navigate the road ahead with personalized guidance, practical strategies and emotional support.

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School Consulting

We’ll help develop and implement classroom strategies to support students’ skill development and to address challenging behaviors that may impede a child’s ability to learn.

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