Occupational therapy (OT) is a health profession that helps you or your family member develop the skills needed for day-to-day activities when these abilities are reduced or lost. Shannon uses evidence-based OT practice to help children and their families address difficulties. This includes sensory integration, picky eating, fine motor/printing skills, and self-regulation and activities of daily living (dressing, toileting, play).
- Fine motor/printing
- Picky eating
- Sensory processing difficulty
- Child is better able to successfully participate in school & at home
- Child and parents have a ‘tool box’ of strategies to use at home/in school/in the community to address difficulties
- Parents feel more competent and have a greater understanding of their child
Shannon Rolph is a Registered Occupational Therapist who specializes in pediatrics. She works as both a teacher and cheerleader, walking alongside children and families as they increase their competence and confidence in their child’s most valued activities. Shannon is passionate about sharing information that helps children and families thrive. She continues to do this through speaking events, hosting workshops.
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