Kid's Work Therapy Service Offerings

Kid’s Work Therapy offers a world-class comprehensive program designed around evidence-based research.

Parent Workshops

Dr. Foster and her team offer a variety of workshops to parents, educators, and medical providers, and is excited to share her knowledge and experience in fun, interactive sessions with you.

Below is a range of sample topics.  Please contact Dr. Foster directly to discuss specific interests of your group.  These workshops are available in 1-2 hour short sessions, 4-8 hour intensive sessions, and multi-day experiences

  • What is Occupational Therapy? 
  •  Autism Spectrum Disorder and Occupational Therapy.
  • Self-Regulation and Mindfulness Activities for Sensory Processing Disorder. 
  • Teens and Technology: Promoting Balance, & the Impact of Technology on the Developing Child’s Brain.  
  • Sensory Processing Treatment of Birth Difficulties & Developmental Delays, including the relationship of prenatal and perinatal events and maternal sensory processing on a child’s sensory processing, and maternal sensory processing on a child’s sensory processing. 
  • Smart & Sensitive: Sensory Processing Disorders & Gifted and Talented Education (GATE) Children. 
  • Integrating Sensory Processing and Attachment Disorders into Occupational Therapy. 
  • Mothers of “Out-of-Sync” Children:  Helping Moms make sense of sensory processing patterns—An Evidence Based Approach. 
  • How do prenatal and perinatal events impact a child’s sensory processing? 
  • The impact of sensory integration disorders on mental health for children. 
  • Let’s Play:  Enhancing the occupations of childhood through playgroups. 
  • Enhancing learning with classroom materials. 
  • Growing handwriting and motor skills for children at home and in the classroom.  

Our Treatment Philosophy

Every child is a special gift and has unique ways of learning and teaching us.
A child’s strengths and interests provide the key to helping them succeed in their daily occupation: that of living, learning and playing.

When treating Sensory Processing Disorder, out goals are threefold:

  1. Provide parents a better understanding of their child. Parents are a key part of our therapeutic approach, and we welcome their full involvement. This is how we help get your child in gear.
  2. Train the child’s nervous system to improve their sensory processing as well as teach them effective coping strategies.
  3. Collaborate with parents, educators, and other therapists on ways to change the environment to allow better functioning for the child.