Please arrive 10-15 minutes prior to your scheduled time to fill out any necessary paperwork.  Our evaluations are tailored to meet your child's individual needs. The evaluation may include parent interviews, review of medical/developmental history, standardized assessments and clinical observations  We encourage that families are part of the evaluation process in order to facilitate education and allow for ongoing discussions with you and your child.

Pediatric Possibilities has Therapists Trained to Utilize the Following Modalities


Meet Our Kids

    Our skilled occupational therapists  work with a variety of children to achieve success with a wide range of skills, including:

Is Your Child A Picky Eater?

Who Can Benefit From Occupational Therapy?
  • Sensory Integration
  • Feeding Therapy
  • Coping and Self-Regulation
  • Play and Social Interaction
  • Feeding/Picky Eating
  • Motor Coordination
  • Self-Care
  • Attention
  • Executive Functioning
  • School Readiness
  • ......and More!!
Direct Intervention

Pediatric Possibilities is dedicated to serving children so they can reach their maximum potential. We provide clinic based occupational therapy services for children.  Direct intervention is play based and fun. Our therapists find ways to assist children in developing motor skills, social skills and improve sensory processing through use of equipment in the sensory gym, games, various modalities and home education programs. Length of each session will be determined by your therapist.

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Making eating a lot easier... and a lot more fun!

At Pediatric Possibilities, we look at the "whole child" and address underlying factors to effect change and successful achievement of feeding goals.
Our occupational therapists have received advanced training in the assessment and treatment of complex feeding and eating challenges, as well as oral-motor skills.
We work with children and families to overcome eating challenges including:
• Limited tastes and textures in diet
• Poor chewing skills, over-stuffing
• Avoidance of trying new foods
• Difficulty transitioning from baby foods to table foods
• Will only eat when distracted
• Stressful meal times

Children are often referred to Pediatric Possibilities after receiving a formal diagnosis or recommendation from a physician or psychologist; however, we are often the first stop for families looking for answers and treatment. Our team is highly trained to work with a variety of diagnoses and skill deficits, including but not limited to:

  • Sensory Processing Dysfunction
  • Autism Spectrum Disorder
  • Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
  • Developmental Delays
  • Dyspraxia
  • Fragile X Syndrome
  • Down Syndrome
  • Self-Regulation/Social Difficulties
  • Executive Functioning Difficulties
  • Handwriting
  • Picky Eaters/Feeding Delays