RECEIVE SERVICES SAFELY FROM HOME!
Due to COVID-19, Kids S.P.O.T. Occupational Therapy is currently offering TeleHealth services online.
COVID-19 Protocols For In-Person Services
Please wear a mask during your visit. Hand sanitizer will be provided.
Upon arrival, your child's temperature will be checked and the following questions will be asked:
Does your child have a fever over 100.4?
Does you or your child have any of the following symptoms: Cough or sore throat, vomiting, stomachaches or diarrhea, new loss of taste or smell, body aches, chills, shortness of breath or difficulty breathing?
Have you or your child been exposed to anyone who has tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 10 days?
Are you or your child under a quarantine or isolation order?
If the answer is yes to any of the above questions, please call to discuss or contact us to reschedule your appointment.
Occupational & Speech Therapy
Our team of pediatric therapists work with your child to overcome impairments, functional limitations, disabilities, or changes in physical function and health status resulting from injury, disease or other causes. We integrate therapy with family, caregivers, and the local community to provide for an enjoyable quality of life.
Located in Westlake Village, we are dedicated to providing quality care to children and their families. Our mission is to integrate persons with disabilities into the community to engage in a meaningful and enjoyable life.
Occupational therapists work to improve fine motor skills, daily living skills, handwriting, social skills, sensory integration and more. We provide OT evaluations, developmental evaluations and individual and group treatments for children from birth to 18 years of age.
We work with expressive and receptive language delays, feeding disorders, voice disorders, apraxia, auditory processing, and more. Initial speech and language evaluations and individual/group treatments are provided for those up to age 18.
Early intervention applies to children of school age or younger who are discovered to have or be at risk of developing a handicapping condition or other special need that may affect their development.