Pediatric occupational therapy helps children build the skills needed for independence. The scope of activities a therapist may work on varies from child to child. Some kids may need help with self-care skills such as eating, dressing and going to the bathroom. Others may have sensory issues or difficulty interacting with other children. Occupational therapy focuses on identifying and remediating these challenges.
More about Occupational Therapy
Flip Pediatric Occupational Therapies is a proud member of AOTA, the American Occupational Therapy Association, which was founded in 1917.
Georgia’s Occupational Therapy Association, GOTA advocates for occupational therapists and the communities we serve.
The National Board for Certification in Occupational Therapy is a national not-for-profit organization that provides certification for occupational therapists.
STAR is the premiere sensory processing disorder research center and where
Flip founder Holly Bramlett was trained as an Advanced Mentored Clinician L1.