Occupational Therapy



Occupational Therapy for Kids


A child’s main job is playing and learning. An occupational therapist can evaluate a child’s skills for play activities, school performance, and activities of daily living and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group. Occupational therapists address psychological, social, and environmental factors that might be hindering a child’s function. This unique approach makes occupational therapy a vital part of health care for many children.


Pediatric and School-aged Services


  • Fine motor delays
  • Activities of daily living / self help delays
  • Handwriting
  • Sensory processing
  • Strengthening / tone problems
  • Behavioral problems
  • Hand and upper extremity dysfunction
  • Developmental delays





Occupational Therapy for Adults


Occupational therapists assist individuals in achieving greater independence in all areas of life including self-care, home management and community activities. Occupational therapists assist people in performing these activities with the greatest extent of independence possible.


Adult and Geriatric Services


  • Activities of daily living
  • Adaptive equipment needs
  • Assistance with adult placements due to cognitive impairments, disability and mental health problems
  • Chronic pain
  • Community mobility and reintegration
  • Driving, cooking and financial management
  • Ergonomic assessments and back school
  • Hand and upper extremity dysfunction
  • Home safety assessments
  • Neurological impairments
  • Return-to-work / proper body mechanics
  • Sensory processing-visual perceptual treatment
  • Vestibular treatment



For Appointments


UP Health System | Marquette

555 County Rd HQ | Marquette MI 49855

P 906-225-5900 | F: 906-225-5939