Occupational therapists help children and teens with problems performing daily living tasks.  In addition to helping kids develop fine and gross motor skills, occupational therapists at Children’s Health Council work with kids to develop play skills, social skills, organizational skills, sensory processing skills and daily functioning tasks such as sleeping, feeding, swallowing and dressing.  Their work includes providing tools to adapt to problems and helping kids develop new skills and habits.  Areas of expertise include autism spectrum disorders, inattention & ADHD, anxiety and depression, feeding and developmental delays.