Effective Monday March 23, 2020, CTG will be temporarily closing the clinic to in-person therapy. We have made this decision to protect our patients, staff, and their families. We are very excited to offer teletherapy to allow your child to continue to receive therapy from the comfort of their home. Just like our colleagues in medicine, we believe continuation of services and the ability to receive therapy is crucial for not only maintaining skills but also a way to bring some form of familiarity, normalcy, and structure to our patients' weeks. We have had great success with our patients who have already begun receiving teletherapy. We will continue to have our front desk and billing staff at the clinic on a limited, socially distanced basis Monday - Friday. Please continue to call the clinic for scheduling, rescheduling, cancellations, and any insurance or billing questions. We will keep you updated about our clinic reopening. Wishing everyone well! Love, Your CTG Family

Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapy at Capital Therapy Group helps children gain independence and promotes development of fine motor skills, sensory motor skills, and visual motor skills that children need to function and socialize in their home, school, play, and community environments. In the case of an injury or debilitating illness, our services focus on rehabilitating children, allowing them to return to their daily routines at their highest level of function.

What We Offer

At Capital Therapy Group, our trained occupational therapists evaluate and treat children from birth to 21 years of age with a variety of diagnoses that may include:

Autism Related Disorders Sensory Motor DisordersADD/ADHDDevelopmental DisabilitiesDown Syndrome and other genetic diagnosesCerebral Palsy and other neurological diagnosesTraumatic brain injuryDelays in fine motor and visual motor skills directly affecting academic performance Self-care skills including feeding, dressing, and groomingHand strengthening and coordination skills required for activities such as cutting with scissors, coloring, and writing, buttoning, using feeding utensils, etc.Sensory-motor processing and integrationRecommendation, training, and use of adaptive equipmentNeurodevelopmental treatmentVisual motor and handwriting skills