AIM’s Occupational Therapy Services help children with autism develop competence with the activities and daily tasks of life. These include:

  • Self-care: dressing, grooming, feeding, toileting, mobility
  • Productivity: school work including writing, manipulating tools and learning
  • Leisure: playground activities, socializing, sports, art and religious practice

How We Help

AIM’s professional staff provide OT interventions by helping children with autism and their families to:

  • Develop essential abilities and skills
  • Use assistive devices or technologies
  • Find alternative ways of accomplishing day-to-day tasks
  • Make environmental modifications at home and/or school
  • Manage sensory challenges
  • Understand the challenges they face, and master intervention strategies

OT Services are covered by most group health benefits plans. Check your extended health plan for coverage details.