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Online Occupational Therapy 


Glow Bright Therapy offers online occupational therapy for kids of all ages! Screenings, evaluations, and therapy are offered in English & Spanish.

Early Intervention & Parent Coaching  •  Fine Motor  •  Feeding Difficulties
Sensory Regulation  •   Sleep Routines  •  Autism  •  Reflex Integration

Reflex Integration
& Fine Motor


Before starting online occupational therapy, we take time to learn about your child. We always interview parents first because we know that you are the experts on your child, and we value your insight. We may also schedule an observation, review previous evaluation reports or IEPs, and complete a formal or informal assessment. This process allows us to learn about your child’s interests, strengths, and areas of need. Once the evaluation is complete, we will meet with you to develop an individualized therapy plan for your child. During the results meeting, we will:

  • Explain assessment scores

  • Develop meaningful goals

  • Ensure that our plan reflects your family’s values

  • Make clinical recommendations for the next step

  • Schedule therapy sessions if needed

Our Therapy Approach

At the core, our therapy approach is based on meaningful relationships and parental collaboration. We may be the experts in occupational therapy, but you are the experts on your child, so we will listen and problem-solve together. Occupational therapy sessions are tailored to your child's needs, and we will always prioritize goals that are important to your family. Our goal is to empower your child with the feeding, fine motor, or sensory regulation skills they need to gain independence and confidently engage with the world around them. Through our individualized therapy approach, we'll work with your child to help their skills grow and foster their self-confidence, leading to a brighter future. Occupational therapy sessions may include:

  • Child-led and play-based activities 

  • Daily routine practice like getting dressed and brushing teeth

  • Reflective coaching for parents 

  • Interactive games and personally motivating activities 

  • Fun videos that focus on targeted goals

Early Intervention & Parent Coaching

Our approach to early intervention occupational therapy is child and family-led, which means that your therapist will work collaboratively with you and your child to identify their unique needs and goals for therapy. The occupational therapist will take into account your child's interests and strengths, as well as your family's values and culture, to develop a therapy plan that leads to meaningful skill development. 

During your child's online occupational therapy sessions, your OT will actively involve your child in games, hands-on activities, and interactive learning. 


Your therapist will also regularly check in with your family to address concerns and provide education and support on how to promote your child's development at home. Early intervention occupational therapy will teach you how to:

  • Engage your child in fine motor activities such as playing with play dough, puzzles, coloring, or playing with toys

  • Help your child regulate their sensory system and improve their emotional regulation skills

  • Support safe and effective feeding

  • Increase independence for self-care and life skills such as getting dressed or using utensils

Ultimately, the goal of early intervention occupational therapy is to improve your child's overall quality of life by promoting their development and independence.


Our approach to occupational therapy for feeding difficulties is child and family-centered, taking into account your child's needs and your goals and family values. Feeding therapy will focus on promoting successful feeding experiences that are enjoyable and stress-free for both the child and the family. The therapy sessions are typically conducted in a playful and interactive manner, with an emphasis on creating a positive and supportive environment for the child to learn and grow.

Online feeding therapy will include activities such as:


  • Oral motor exercises to strengthen the muscles of the mouth and improve chewing and swallowing

  • Sensory integration activities to help increase tolerance of different textures and flavors.

  • Positioning and handling techniques for positioning your child during feeding to maximize comfort and safety

  • Food exploration to help your child explore different foods and textures in a safe and non-threatening way

  • Parent coaching and education to support successful feeding at home

​Addressing feeding difficulties can help children develop a healthy relationship with food and eating, as well as the confidence and skills they need to participate in mealtime activities independently and successfully.

Sensory Regulation

Occupational therapy for sensory regulation helps children learn how to regulate their sensory input, develop coping strategies, and improve their ability to participate in daily activities with confidence and independence. Sensory integration therapy is typically recommend for children who's daily lives are being impacted by sensory processing. This may look like:

  • Complaining about clothing textures and fit

  • Difficulty with shoes and socks

  • Overly sensitive to light, touch, and/or noise

  • Aversion to certain textures or smells

  • Difficulty sitting still, paying attention, or regulating emotions

  • Bumping into things, overly physical with other children

  • Under-reactive to stimuli 

During therapy for sensory regulation, your occupational therapist will engage your child in activities such as sensory exploration, movement, deep pressure, heavy work, breathing, and mindfulness practices will be used.  

Sensory regulation therapy can have a profound impact on your child's emotional regulation, self-awareness, social interactions, and confidence and give them a greater sense of control over their environment. 

Reflex Integration & Fine Motor

Children who are experiencing delays or difficulties with fine motor skills may have difficulty with the following:

  • Holding a pencil or using scissors

  • Manipulating small objects

  • Using two hands together

  • Low endurance for activities like coloring or writing

Children with reflex integration difficulties experience challenges with balance, coordination, and postural control.

Occupational therapy will address your child's unique fine motor and/or reflex integration difficulties by engaging your child in activities such as playing with puzzles or blocks, beading, drawing, painting, and using other art materials to improve fine motor skills, coordination, and postural control.

Our service targets the development of fine motor skills and reflex integration to help children experience improved independence, increased self-confidence, and enhanced participation in school, social situations, and daily life.

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Why teletherapy is a great choice for your family...


With teletherapy, we give you the support and tools you need to know how to help your child at home.

From toddlers to teens, we provide engaging and effective occupational therapy in the comfort and safety of home.

Generalization and carryover of learned skills are increased when a child learns in their natural (home) environment.

Finding an occupational therapist isn’t always easy.  Waitlists and long drive times are frequent issues.

Teletherapy has been recognized as an appropriate and effective delivery model for occupational therapy services.

We provide access to bilingual therapists who are committed to delivering culturally responsive therapy to align with your family's values.

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