Therapeutic Solutions that Inspire Children and Families
Child and Family-Centered Therapeutic Services & Resources
Supporting Children with Unique Abilities and Special Needs
Occupational Therapists work with individuals across the lifespan to enhance and restore function through the use of meaningful activities. Child Inspired brings a unique blend of play, art, functional communication, and occupational therapeutic interventions to help you navigate developmental, social-emotional, sensory or physical challenges along your child’s developmental journey.
A place to share some of our favorite child and family-centered resources. Check out these linked resources for parents and caregivers including sensory and emotional regulation tools, family-friendly activity ideas, and some fun educational resources developed by local Southern Delaware colleagues.
Discover resources for Occupational Therapists and other healthcare and educational professionals. Access links to connect with professional organizations and providers as well as recent evidence-based research.
We Are Here To Help Parents & Families
We know how difficult it can be for families when your child is facing challenges at home, school, play, and other daily activities. We are here to provide individualized therapeutic services to help your child succeed and to offer you and your family support along the way.
Our team will work to identify and support the individual needs of your child and your family to build confidence and the skills that will help your child and family thrive! Our experience and networking base in Southern Delaware will help you navigate the services and resources you may need to best support your child's developmental progress and potential.
- Developmental Delays
- Cerebral Palsy
- Down Syndrome
- Sensory Processing Disorders
- Fine Motor Delays/Poor Coordination
Events & Workshops
Would my child benefit from occupational therapy services?
Common challenges experienced by children include, but are not limited to, physical, cognitive and social-emotional development, fine and gross motor coordination, visual processing, sensory integration, functional communication, and social interaction skills. Occupational Therapists are trained to identify how these challenges may be limiting or impacting a child’s function and successful participation in daily activities. If your child is having difficulties in any of these areas, please contact us with your inquiry and to learn more today!