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Welcome to Centerpointe for Children! Located in Orange County, California, our private practice occupational therapists strive to bring out your child's best self.
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Centerpointe for Children

Pediatric occupational therapy to support your child’s best self.

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WELCOME

Established in 2003, our team of affiliated, private practice occupational therapists bring their advanced knowledge of Ayres Sensory Integration, years of experience, and skilled playfulness to a space designed to optimize child development.

MEET OUR THERAPISTS

We work and live our passion

WE ARE PEDIATRIC OCCUPATIONAL THERAPISTS

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PARTNERSHIP

Clasi

The Collaborative for Leadership in Ayres Sensory Integration

ASI

We are proud and honored to be a part of the AYRES 2020 Vision promoting the scholarship, assessment and training of AYRES Sensory Integration.

Adding FUN to FUNction

As pediatric occupational therapists, we assess how the sensory systems are working, and use them as foundations to support optimal development. Carefully planned combinations of FUN activities can make growth happen, and we want to share some of these with you! Join our blog as we explore and teach playful and therapeutic opportunities in all areas of your child’s life.

I HAVE A LITTLE  PUMPKIN (an interactive rhyme!)

Whether you make your own pumpkin fidget or use a mini pumpkin from your local pumpkin patch, you and your kids will have a blast with this cute, interactive rhyme! Not only is it a fun way to play with the holiday theme, but it taps into motor planning, coordination, following verbal instruction, self-regulation and balance too!

FINE MOTOR SKILL NECESSITIES DEVELOPED AT THE PARK

This is one time of year that our phones are ringing a little more than usual. Summer is over and the kiddos are settling in at school. It’s parent conference time, which tends to expose concerns that often result in OT referrals.

THE HIGHLY SENSITIVE CHILD: TOO FAST, TOO HIGH, TOO MUCH?

There is a big assumption out there that the park is fun for all. Who wouldn’t want to fly down the slides, reach for the sky on the swings, and kick off their shoes in the sand box, right? An important topic we will begin to tackle today is what to do if your child does not want any part of playful exploration at the park!

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Smiles seen per day

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Playful learning opportunities

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Hugs

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