Occupational Therapy

The goal of occupational therapy is to facilitate a child’s participation in the activities, roles, and routines at school. An occupational therapist analyzes the facilitators and barriers to participation such as sensory, motor, cognitive, perceptual and social abilities as well as the environmental impacts on performance. CORA staff utilize an array of engaging strategies and activities in their work with students to promote successful participation in school-related activities. Additionally, our staff partner with classroom teachers to incorporate activities that support skill development and community participation.


  • Preliminary screenings
  • Evaluations
  • Individualized development plans
  • One-on-one or small group activities and practices to support development
  • Consultations with educators and parents/guardians
  • Classroom workshops/presentations
  • Team model approach to service delivery


  • Students in grades K-12 in contracted schools who are referred for service by a teacher, administrator or educational specialist.
  • Independent evaluations available through direct request.

Access Service

  • Contact your child’s school to request services. Check if CORA is your school’s current provider.
  • If CORA is not your school’s provider, contact CORA for a recommendation for another provider.
  • For an independent evaluation/consultation, contact CORA directly.
  • Public school districts and charter schools may contact CORA to develop a partnership.