Physical Therapy & Occupational Therapy Program

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The Physical and Occupational Therapy Program provides evaluations for children who have fine and gross motor concerns. When children are found to be eligible for services, direct consultation/instruction, as well as information, is provided to teachers. This can include fabricating adaptations for the classroom (such as modifying desks or chairs), gross motor and fine motor milestone protocols to progress children toward age-appropriate gross motor and fine motor skills, and safety protocols, among other information and resources.

For the Eastern Oregon Regional Program Referral Form, Click here.

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