Occupational Therapy


The occupational therapist working in pediatrics is there to support your child in his daily activities by optimizing functional autonomy and playtime.

Why consult an occupational therapist?

  • Difficulties that interfere with the normal development and autonomy of your child
  • Motor developmental delays
  • Developmental coordination disorder (Dyspraxia)
  • Attention deficit disorder with or without hyperactivity (ADD/ADHD)
  • Problem with writing
  • Any diagnosis causing a motor development problem
  • Hypotonia
  • A concerned parent with questions regarding child development

The occupational therapist will help your child overcome many challenges related to:

  • Gross motor development (difficulty walking or running, playing with a ball, ride his bike and coordination)
  • Fine motor skills (difficulty writing, cutting, tie his shoes, button a shirt or using utensils)
  • Perceptual-cognitive learning (difficulty with concepts of forms and sizes)
  • Sensory integration (avoiding or looking for sounds, odours, movements or textures)
  • Autonomy and organization (dressing up or any routine related to activities of daily living)
  • School requirements

Our evaluations take place in our adapted clinical setting or your home setting and consists of:

  • A telephone discussion
  • Sending of questionnaires to be filled by the parent
  • One or several visits with the child and parent
  • An evaluation report and recommendations (to be introduced in the child’s daily routine)
  • Meeting with parents to give an explain the evaluation report

The occupational therapist may suggest a treatment plan for occupational therapy. Thereafter, the occupational therapist and you will be able to develop the goals according to your priorities, in order to ensure the effectiveness of the treatments so that your child can meet his daily challenges.


The role of the occupational therapist is to optimize your quality of life and to promote your well-being by ensuring that your environment responds to your needs and preferences.


Any person who has a loss of autonomy or problem related to:

  • Cognitive loss
  • Chronic diseases
  • Musculoskeletal problems
  • Stroke
  • Post-operative or hospital discharge
  • Palliative care

Evaluation and services

  • Evaluation of the level of autonomy in your home environment (mobility, transfers, activities of daily living, food preparation)
  • Evaluation of cognitive abilities (taking your prescription drugs, financial management, driving your car, using technological devices)
  • Home adaptations (bathroom, kitchen, bedroom)
  • Develop an intervention plan, make recommendations and accompany the person in the necessary steps
  • Evaluation for disabled parking permits
  • Evaluation for adapted transportation services
  • Energy conservation and management strategies for people in palliative care or with chronic diseases

We facilitate a person’s stay in a living environment that meets his needs and preferences while ensuring a satisfactory quality of life.