Occupational Therapy helps individuals be as functional as possible and strives for independence in all areas of life. Occupational Therapy works on a vast variety of skills including: fine motor skills, visual motor skills, strengthening, coordination, sensory processing difficulties, attention, feeding, self –care skills, socialization, and much more.
Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC and Pediatric Therapy of Towne Lake, LLC have experience working with children birth to 21 years of age with a variety of diagnoses including but not limited to: developmental delay, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, and Sensory Processing Disorder. Our interventions incorporate training and continuing education from programs for sensory integration, BRMT reflexes, feeding, handwriting, vision, neurodevelopmental treatment (NDT), and Handwriting Without Tears. Children learn and grow through their natural occupation of play. Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC has experience using a Floortime approach to therapy while attending to children’s individual sensory needs. Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC accepts most insurance plans for Occupational Therapy services.
Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC offers a variety of services including consulations, in-home sensory spaces, and sensory equipment. Amy Molley, owner of Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC believes that everyone should have their own personal space within their home that fulfills one’s sensory needs and is a desired place to retreat. Sensory input is important for development, regulation, and modulation. Receiving the sensory input one’s body seeks significantly improves motor skills, coordination, feeding, socialization, and attention. It’s no secret that children need sensory input each and every day, not just on days when they receive therapy services. Children often need sensory input each and every day in the comfort of their own home rain or shine. Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC can help you design an in-home sensory space that fits your family’s budget.
Sensible Sensory Spaces, LLC believes in building a strong rapport with individuals and families and strives to encourage function and independence for carryover across all settings to improve one’s quality of life.
We would love to hear from you. Contact us to discuss your child’s needs and begin designing your in-home sensory space. We are here to help and are excited to meet you and your child!