Kids In Sync


Our Services 


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  • Individual Occupational Therapy Sessions: One-on-one treatment session in one of our clinics, home consultations, school observations and/or other settings as necessary to best support the child and family.

  • Parent/caregiver coaching and education to support the understanding and implementation of our suggestions and strategies to nurture independence.

  • Fine Motor/Handwriting groups implementing the Handwriting Without Tears (HWT) program.

  • Evaluations - Comprehensive evaluation to identify a baseline and individual goals for each child necessary to support independent, age appropriate functional skills.

  • Standardized Assessments: Standardized assessments allow us to evaluate the individual developmental profile of each child and provide measures specific to their peer group.

    • Sensory Integration and Praxis Test (SIPT): This test evaluates sensory processing deficits related to learning and behavior problems. The SIPT measures visual, tactile, and kinesthetic perception as well as motor performance. It is composed of 17 brief tests

    • Test of Visual Perceptual Skills, 3rd Edition (TVPS-3)

    • Beery-Buktenica Developmental Test of Visual Motor Integration, 6th edition (VMI)

    • Handwriting Without Tears: The Print Tool

Summer Program:


Sensory Integration

Sensory experiences include touch, movement, body awareness, sight, sound, and the pull of gravity. 

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Sensory Integration and Praxis Test

This is a standardized assessment that evaluates the sensory and motor acquisition skills of children between the ages of 4 to 10.  For more information please contact us here.


Therapeutic Social Groups

The groups are organized around sensory motor play driven by the interests and preferences of the group members. 

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Motor Development

Once we have a profile of the child's strengths and challenges we design a treatment plan with the caregiver to support continued growth and development.

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Bike Riding Intensives

This intensive is offered one week a year, typically the week following fathers day.  Bike riding is an essential developmental skill, which enhances sensory processing, motor planning and sequencing movement of arms and legs.  Please contact us if you wish to learn more.  

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