Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Our team of experienced pediatric Occupational Therapists strive to promote individual growth, enhance self-regulation and increase functional independence using a family-centred approach. We support children of all ages and abilities from birth, pre-kindergarten, school age, through adolescence in reaching their full potential. Individualized Occupational Therapy for children and group-based therapy services are offered in the clinic, home, or other community environments and are available throughout Manitoba and in Northern Ontario.
Our fully accessible clinic is centrally located at 1431 Corydon Avenue in Winnipeg and provides a welcoming, family-centred environment. Parking is free and there are many amenities just a few steps away. Enabling Access Inc. has been providing OT services in our communities for 15 years!
- Developmental Growth Facilitation
- Sensory Integration
- Visual Motor Skill Development
- Concussion Care and Brain Injury Rehabilitation
- Kindergarten Readiness
- Feeding/Eating Coaching
- Toileting Coaching
- Activities of Daily Living Skill Development
- School-based learning
- Adolescent Mental Health and Exposure Therapy
- Wheelchair, Seating and Related Equipment Prescription
- Home and Vehicle Modifications
- Group Therapy
- Transition planning for Adult Services
- Parent or Caregiver Education
- Disability Agency Staff Training
Our Pediatric Occupational Therapists have advanced experience and training working with children diagnosed with
Autism, Sensory Processing and Regulation Issues, Learning Disabilities, Developmental Delay, Attention Deficit and Hyperactive Disorder, Mood Disorders and Mental Health Conditions, Acquired Brain Injury, Concussion, Neurological Conditions, and those with Feeding Difficulties.
We partner with vestibular physiotherapists, neuro-developmental optometrists, speech and language pathologists, and other medical professionals to ensure a multidisciplinary collaborative approach is used to address your referral needs.
We also work with schools and/or care providers to ensure monitoring and updating program plans, participating in interdisciplinary team and family meetings, as well as in providing education and training to support staff and aides. Coaching and consulting with families in providing appropriate strategies and recommendations for child's programming is often critical for development.
We are committed to the highest level of pediatric service provision, investing in ongoing professional development for our staff and by collaborating with parents and primary caregivers to ensure a family-centred approach is used. We use evidenced-based assessment and treatment practices to help children of all ages to reach their full potential!