• Build muscles!
    Welcome to
    Occupational Therapy
    and
    Physical Therapy!

     

    OT/PT
    "Building gross motor, fine motor, visual perceptual and visual motor skills to help children become independent in the school environment."
     
    Contact Us:
     
    Occupational Therapist: Chelsea McGowan, OT
                              (732) 946-0055 ext. 5757 at CRPS                          
    Schools: CRPS, CDMS
     
    Occupational Therapist: Ryan G.White, OT
                              (732) 946-0055 ext. 5767 at CRPS                           
    Schools: CRPS, CRES
     
     
    Occupational Therapist: Janet Baccash, OT
    (732) 946-0055
    Schools: CRPS, CRES
     
     
    Physical Therapist: Christine Doran, MS, PT
    (732) 946-0055 ext. 5727 at CRPS
    Schools: CRPS, CRES, CDMS
     
    Practice, practice, practice!
     
     

     

    At home exercises to build strength and balance:
    Pushups
    Carrying groceries
    Crab walking
    Scooter races
    Monkeybars
    Running
    Sit-ups
    Pushing a shopping cart
    Pilates
    Swimming
    Tire swing
    Jumping
    Jumping jacks Games on a T-stool Snow angels Catch and throw Swingset Twister game
    Vacuuming
    Wheelbarrow walking
    Bridges
    Sports
    Balance beam
    Hopscotch
    Exercise is fun!
    At home exercises to build fine motor skills:
    Pop beads
    Coloring with small crayons
    Cutting activities
    Writing with small pencils
    Arts and crafts
    Clothespins
    Play-doh
    Hammering
    Small chalk pieces
    Pipe cleaner games
    Lacing games
    Putty games
    Games with small pieces
    Rapper snappers
    Fingerpainting
     

     

    At home exercises to build
    visual perceptual & visual motor skills:
    Mazes
    Crossword puzzles
    Matching
    Reading
    Drawing mirror images
    Puzzles
    Word searches
    Memory games
    Copying designs
    Parquetry
    Battle ship game
    Hidden Pictures
    Sequencing games
    Copying from the board
    Target games-darts, T-ball, Tennis, Catch and throw etc...
    We use
    Handwriting Without Tears!!
    HWT is a multisensory handwriting program that teaches children how to write in a fun and easy way! 
Last Modified on September 12, 2017