P.L.A.Y.@HOME provides Occupational Therapy services in the client's home setting through leisure and play activities, ideal for children under 18 months of age. The services range from providing one-to-one evaluations and treatment for the child, information for the parents, and parent coaching. An evidence-based assessments and treatment approaches are utilized that are functional, goal oriented and provides family-centered therapy. The assessments and/or treatments are covered by most private insurance companies, and insurance receipts are provided for each assessment and/or treatment session.


Therapists (OTs) work directly with families and children in order to help a child achieve their full potential and improve participation in childhood activities or "occupations", while working in the child's home environment.

Common concerns for children under 3 years of age are:
  • Difficulties achieving motor milestones (i.e. not rolling over at 7 months, not walking by 18 months, unable to go on her/his tummy, unable to eat and pick up foods, not able to manipulate small objects, does not play with toys, etc.)
  • Difficulties with self-help skills (i.e. unable to help get dressed and undressed, difficulty eating, etc.)
  • Difficulty with play skills
Common concerns for children at 4 years of age and over:
  • Difficulties with fine motor skills (handling and manipulating small objects)
  • Difficulties with play skills
  • Unable to pedal a bicycle (with or without training wheels)
  • Difficulty with handwriting (including holding writing tools, etc.)
  • Difficulty with scissor skills
  • Lack of coordination
  • Difficulty with dressing skills (i.e. zippers, buttons)
  • Difficulty participating in sports
  • Difficulty acquiring new motor skills


Through collaboration and specific therapeutic techniques, OTs help children achieve their full potential and their goals. The OTs may use such intervention techniques as Handwriting without Tears to help with handwriting acquisition or Cognitive Orientation to daily Occupational Performance (CO-OP) to assist with acquisition of new motor skills.


Please contact info@playlimitless.ca for cost breakdown for P.L.A.Y.@GYM

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