Occupational Therapy for Children

Introducing Occupational Therapy Services!

In addition to our Speech Language Pathology services, we are excited to introduce Occupational Therapy (OT) services, now offered at the Two Can Talk clinic. OTs are regulated healthcare professionals with a Master’s degree in Occupational Therapy and are trained in assisting individuals to participate in various daily activities such as school related activities, leisure & social activities, mobility, self-care, and much more!

Our foray into pediatric Occupational Therapy is rooted in a firm belief in nurturing children’s growth within their home and school environments. By adopting a holistic perspective, we empower children with the independence and confidence needed to excel in various daily activities. Our OTs aim to help maximize skill levels and development, adapting tasks and environments, and providing specialized tools, all working in tandem to facilitate active participation in the routines of daily life.

At TCT, our OTs provide assessment, treatment and consultation in the areas of:

Fine motor skills (e.g., handwriting, cutting, pencil grip)

Gross motor skills (e.g., balance, coordination)

Feeding skills (e.g., picky eating, food aversions)

Sensory processing (e.g., avoiding/seeking specific textures or movements)

Self-regulation (e.g., impulsivity, emotional regulation, attention)

Daily living skills (e.g., dressing, self-feeding, toileting)

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Meet TCT’s Occupational Therapist, Jamie!

Jamie Kwai Lan Chik, M.A. OT Reg. (Ont.) .) is a registered Occupational Therapist with over 20 years of pediatric occupational therapy experience serving children with complex medical needs. Jamie earned her Master of Art degree in Occupational Therapy from New York University in 1992. Jamie has worked with children ages 0-18 years and their families through in-patient rehabilitation hospitals, community integrated nursery schools, community day care centers and in-home services. She has experience helping children with various diagnoses and special needs, including autism spectrum disorder, feeding difficulties, neurological disorders, acquired brain injury, cerebral palsy, orthopedic disorders, developmental challenges, and more. Jamie is certified in Sensory Integration, Bobath Neurodevelopmental Treatment (NDT), and Handwriting Without Tears (HWT).

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