Welcome!

At Live & Play Pediatric Therapy, your child will receive quality Occupational Therapy in a supportive environment.

Therapy is fun!

Treatment happens in the child’s most natural environment – his or her home! Therapeutic interventions use multisensory and developmentally appropriate activities that support a child’s ability to achieve goals. Most importantly, therapy is fun – children enjoy playing in an individualized environment and learning new skills.

Can OT help your child?

  • Is your child struggling with balance and coordination?
  • Does your child have difficulty with day-to-day activities at home or at school?
  • Is it difficult for your child to master coloring, writing, cutting and other tabletop tasks?
  • Has your child been diagnosed with a developmental delay, ADD, ADHD, LD, ASD or a mental illness?
  • Do you want to address underlying challenges that may be contributing to your child’s overall difficulties?

Our Mission

Live and Play Pediatric Therapy believes that foundational skills developed during childhood serve as building blocks for future success. Therapy focuses on improving a child’s ability to participate in ADL’s (activities of daily living). For children, these activities focus on playing, socializing, and participating in an educational environment. An OT evaluation will assess and analyze the underlying factors contributing to behavior, learning and attention. The goal of treatment is to build the skills necessary to improve daily function.

Can OT help your child?

  • Is your child struggling with balance and coordination?
  • Does your child have difficulty with day-to-day activities at home or at school?
  • Is it difficult for your child to master coloring, writing, cutting and other tabletop tasks?
  • Has your child been diagnosed with a developmental delay, ADD, ADHD, LD, ASD or a mental illness?
  • Do you want to address underlying challenges that may be contributing to your child’s overall difficulties?

Our Mission

Live and Play Pediatric Therapy believes that foundational skills developed during childhood serve as building blocks for future success. Therapy focuses on improving a child’s ability to participate in ADL’s (activities of daily living). For children, these activities focus on playing, socializing, and participating in an educational environment. An OT evaluation will assess and analyze the underlying factors contributing to behavior, learning and attention. The goal of treatment is to build the skills necessary to improve daily function.