Early Intervention Services
WeeTalk’ s Early Intervention Occupational Therapists use activities such as play, meal, and sleep times to enhance a healthy bond that forms between the infant/child and caregivers. They also teach families to recognize and respond to a child’s emotional and sensory regulation abilities.
WeeTalk’s occupational therapists promote the role and engagement of infants and toddlers together with their families in everyday routines by addressing activities of daily living such as, exploring the environment, sleep, play, feeding, and social participation, as well as supporting the child/family how to best help your child regulate so they are ready to learn.
Our Occupational Therapists will partner with you, the caregiver, and find ways to incorporate and embed real-life strategies throughout your day.
Our highly trained Occupational Therapists utilize your child’s daily routines to target learning opportunities that occur naturally so learning new skills will seem easy.
- Turning head to visually track objects
- Calming with rocking, touch, or gentle sound
- Enjoying a variety of movements (bouncing up and down, rocking back and forth)
- Exploring and examining objects using both hands and mouth
- Accepting hugs/kisses from parent
- Transferring toys from one hand to the other
- Picking up small objects with thumbs and fingers
- Releasing objects into a container with a large opening
- Exploring many textures with hands and mouth
- Establishing regular sleep schedule
- Eating a variety of foods
- Having difficulty processing lights and sounds
- Transitioning from one activity to the next
- Participating in family routines like bathing, eating, playing, etc.
- Struggling with change such as schedule, clothes, toys, foods, etc.
- Separating from objects or people
WeeTalk knows that the most important piece of being an Occupational Therapist in Early Intervention is remembering that everything we do during sessions focuses on the entire family and their daily lives. Our Occupational Therapists will partner with you, the caregiver, and find ways to incorporate and embed real-life strategies throughout your day.
Seek Early Intervention if
- Eager to begin feeding when bottle or food is in sight
- Bringing hands to mouth
- Coordinating suck and swallow during feedings
- Gaining appropriate weight
- Opening mouth to accept strained/pureed foods
- Mouthing toys or food items
- Holding own bottle
- Eating soft table foods
- Drooling less than before
- Eating finger foods and purees
- Beginning to chew foods
- Beginning to self-feed finger foods
- Holding spoon
- Eating table foods
- Drinking from cup
- Scooping foods with spoon and bringing to mouth
- Understanding food vs. non-food items
- Gives dishes to parent when all done
- Exploring foods with hands
- Eating diet of the family
- Able to wash hands
Are You a Physical, Occupational, or Speech Therapist?
WeeTalk is owned and operated by therapists. Founded in 2006, WeeTalk provides a full range of Early Intervention services for infants and children. Our specialized services include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Feeding Therapy, and Special Instruction as well as Hearing, Visual, and Behavior Supports.