Wiggly Worm Sensory Processing
Our trained staff in Salt Lake City and Provo, Utah offer a special 8-week class series for parents and their child with sensory processing issues. The Wiggly Worm class series is geared toward children preschool through age six and
- Provides a better understanding of each sensory area,
- Teaches how to recognize sensory processing issues in your child,
- Teaches how to respond more effectively and make your child’s world and your home happier and more peaceful.
Each class builds upon skills learned the previous week, so attending all sessions is very important. At the end of the classes parents will come away with a personalized sensory program that supports their child’s ability to focus and learn. Please contact Devon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Mealtime Misery – Make Meals More Fun
We’re offering this 6-week feeding group to help families and preschool age children increase tolerance and acceptance of a wider variety of foods. Using sensory strategies, feeding therapy principles, and lots of fun, this class is designed to make food exploration and meals an enjoyable experience for everyone at the table.
Please contact Devon at email@example.com for more information.
This is a 4-week course session led by Occupational Therapist Devon Gere OTR/L. LEARNING TOGETHER is a customizable, small group program that addresses an array of daily living skills. We will match your family with 1-2 other families with similar concerns to provide individualized support and strategies, along with the benefit of peer interactions. We’ll address concerns such as handwriting, sensory processing, coordination, picky Eating, school success, self-care tasks and social skills.
Please contact Devon at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. (We ask that you call before registering to ensure we enroll your child in the group that will best fit his or her needs.)
Individual Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapy for children involves how they occupy their time. It can include tolerating sensory input from the world around us, eating, sleeping, playing, participating in school and social settings, getting dressed, and more!
Our therapist helps to address these concerns within the context of the family to improve quality of life and develop skills for growth and fulfillment. Some typical areas of life and diagnoses that we address include, but are not limited to:
Areas of focus
- Picky eating
- Sensory processing
- Self-care (dressing, brushing teeth, bathing, etc.)
- Social interactions
- Following directions
- Autism Spectrum Disorder
- Sensory Processing Disorder
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Executive Functioning
We see children ages 3-18 and their families at our locations in Sandy and Provo, Utah and look forward to working with you to improve the quality of life of your child and family!
We do request that you contact our therapist before registering for any sessions. Please email Devon Gere at email@example.com.