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     OT Therapist:  Bonnie Price - ext. 2080
     PT Therapist:  Patty Fama - ext. 2080
    Occupational and Physical Therapy

    Physical and Occupational Therapists are rehabilitation professionals who are trained in all stages of child development; they are highly qualified to address the special needs of children from birth through adolescence. Working with children every day, PT's and OT's are experts when it comes to motivating and challenging your child to improve his/her functional abilities. As your child progresses, your therapist will also teach you, as a parent, what to expect and how you can help your child at home.

    Occupational therapy primarily focuses on evaluating and improving a persons functional abilities. An occupational therapist does not directly treat a person's injury but helps a person optimize their independence and ability to accomplish their daily activities following an injury or in situations of physical impairment.
    Physical therapy  A physical therapist is trained extensively on anatomy and themusculoskeletal system.