Following your child's evaluation, treatment will begin to address the areas identified in the evaluation. Although treatment
often looks like play, the therapist frequently adapts activities that are chosen by the child to provide the "just right challenge"
for success. When a child is intrinsically motivated by an activity, they learn faster and are more likely to generalize the skills
acquired during therapy sessions. Our goal is to build foundational skills so that the child can learn in his or her natural
environment and build upon his or her foundation. Both play and novelty are important for brain development.