The Therapy Place is Ready to Help
At The Therapy Place we work with children with sensory processing disorders of all types. It’s our mission to help patients in Southwest Michigan live life to the fullest by better adapting to illness, injury, or disorders.
What are Sensory Processing Disorders?
How Occupational Therapy Can Help
Occupational therapists treat sensory processing disorders in patients of all ages—from newborn to adolescents. The first step is assessing the child’s response to sensory information.
An assessment is done by observing the body and the child’s environment using:
- Standardized tests.
- Clinical observations.
- Input from parents, guardians, caregivers and teachers.
Therapists then work with the child’s caregivers to address the most immediate and important issues. This information is used to develop an intervention plan to address the specific condition(s).
We understand your challenges and will work closely with you to provide your child the best path to success in adulthood.
It's our mission to help your child live life to the fullest by helping them better accommodate illness, injury, or disability.