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Pediatric Occupational  Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) will address needs within a variety of patients and diagnoses including but not limited to Global Developmental Delays, Autism Spectrum Disorder, Sensory Processing Disorder, Motor Disorders, and Attention Disorders. Our occupational therapists help patients become more independent and functional within their daily lives. They assist patients in reaching their full potential, addressing needs in order to strengthen and develop: ​

  • Motor Skills  

  • Self-Help Skills (Eating, Dressing, Bathing/Grooming, Sleep)  

  • Social-Emotional Skills  

  • Cognitive Skills (Problem Solving, Memory, Attention)  

  • Communication Skills  

  • Sensory Integration Skills 

At Compass, our goal is to use innovative techniques to make therapy sessions fun and effective, to involve the family in the treatment plan, and to help young patients overcome challenges and learn strategies that will improve their daily lives. At first glance, our sensory gym for OT looks like a bright, cheerful playroom, but it is so much more. The entire space is designed to engage the senses of children and help them to meet goals in the areas of strength, movement, sensory processing, self-care skills, attention, and social interactions.

Learn more about our licensed therapists.

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Brian Stephenson

Director of Occupational Therapy


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Paige Cassidy


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Alice Herles


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Mikel Stone


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Sydney Willis


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Katlyn Porter


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 Adam Kantor


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