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What is occupational therapy?

The goal of occupational therapy is to help people living with various disabilities (physical, cognitive or sensory) live as independently as possible. At Columbus Speech & Hearing Center, our occupational therapy services consist of an evaluation of your abilities and treatment.

What happens during an evaluation?

During your evaluation we will analyze fine motor skills, visual perception, daily living, handwriting and other skills using standardized and non-standardized tools, along with clinical observation.

What are the advantages of an evaluation?

An evaluation allows us to identify patterns of strength and any needs that have an effect on your completion of daily tasks, such as eating, dressing and writing.

What is the goal of treatment?

A treatment plan is designed on a case-by-case basis. Several skills are addressed, including:

  • Fine motor skills
  • Visual motor skills
  • Self-care (dressing and/or eating)
  • Sensory processing

Please contact the office for more information.

Columbus Speech & Hearing Center

  • Columbus Speech & Hearing Center - 2424 Double Churches Rd., Columbus, GA 31909 Phone: 706-324-6112

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