Fee For Service Therapies (SLP & OT)
What is SLP?
What is OT?
An Occupational Therapist (also known as an OT) helps children in the development of skills that are needed in their daily activities. These activities include self-care (such as eating, swallowing, dressing, and toileting), productivity (which involves play and fine motor activities such as holding a pencil, cutting with scissors, and drawing), and leisure (such as swimming, soccer, and hockey). To address these areas an OT may provide consultation or direct therapy as well as recommend equipment or adaptations to the environment.
Speech Language Pathologists Program
For further information about the Reach Speech Language Pathologists Program contact Program Manager Katie Scozzafava.
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N: Katie Scozzafava
P: 604-946-6622, ext. 381
L: Delta, Surrey, & Langley areas
How do you know if your child’s development is on track?
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