Aquatic Occupational Therapy
“Aquatic occupational therapy is traditional occupational therapy in a nontraditional environment. The goals addressed in the water are the same that would be targeted in a traditional occupational therapy session. Aquatic OT will be designed as an individualized therapy program based on your child's needs and your family's specific goals for therapy.”
- Dr. Leslie (Morrison) Bushog OTR/L.
Therapy sessions address a variety of components, which can include sensory processing development, gross motor coordination, strength, endurance, balance, fine motor development and cognitive development. I am not a certified swim instructor, so swim skills will not be addressed during aquatic OT sessions.