Oak Bloom OT
Empowering humans to live life to the fullest
We provide strength-based holistic occupational therapy through meaningful occupation. We encourage underlying motor and regulation skills to adapt to a sensory-rich and demanding world.
Located in the Oakland Hills of Montclair, Oak Bloom OT has outdoor and indoor spaces dedicated to providing opportunities to explore and learn. Outside, there is a flat grassy area to create obstacle courses, a play structure, swings, a garden, and plenty of room to run. Additionally, there is access to an outdoor wooded trail with trees and rocks to climb.
Inside, the environment there is a quiet and controlled space to work on specific fine motor and social-emotional skills. There is an indoor gym with a swing, trampoline, and crash pad.
Parents can observe indoors and/or outdoors with comfortable seating and free Wi-Fi. There is also space if siblings need to attend sessions.
Meet the owner
Lee-Anne is an Occupational Therapist & Parent Coach trained extensively in Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), ADHD, and Autism Spectrum Disorders. Her work builds on human strengths, using play, creativity, imagination, exploration, and mindful awareness to build resilience and skills.
We do this work together by building strong relationships with families, partnering with schools, using empathy to reframe negative behavior, as well as learning and practicing sensory & emotional regulation strategies.
When choosing Oak Bloom OT, you will get support in the process of doing deeper work with yourself as it relates to our relationships with sensitive humans.
When a person is not meeting their full potential at home, school, or in their communities, OT can help.
One does not need to have a diagnosis to be treated for Occupational Therapy.
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building skills in:
Achieving motor milestones such as crawling, walking, or jumping
Feeding difficulties, including "picky eaters" and developing oral-motor skills
Difficulty managing clothing fasteners
Focusing or sitting still
Sensitivities by certain fabrics, sounds, tastes, or other sensory experiences
Making and keeping friends
Difficulty with independent living skills, such as routines, homework management skills, cooking, and hygiene