Access Therapy

Pediatric Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Speech Language Pathology and Psychology Services

515 Moe Road Clifton Park, New York 12065  •  Tel. (518) 280-4294  •  Fax (518) 280-4297


The pediatric occupational therapists employed by Access Therapy Group are a group of highly trained professionals who utilize their specialized skills and knowledge to evaluate and treat children and adolescents with a variety of diagnoses. An occupational therapist utilizes activities that are both fun and therapeutic to help an individual achieve their fullest functional potential in their daily activities. For children, daily activities that an occupational therapist can assist with include but are not limited to:

What is Sensory Processing Disorder?

"Sensory Processing" refers to our ability to take in information through our senses (touch, movement, smell, taste, vision and hearing), organize and interpret that information, and make a meaningful response. For example, when we hear someone talking or an animal making noise, our brain allows us to process that information automatically and make appropriate responses. Children who have a Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD), however, do not experience this process the same way. SPD affects the way their brains interpret the information they take in and also how they act on that information with emotion, attention, motor, and other responses. They may feel bombarded by information, which causes them to seek out sensory experiences.

Who we treat:

As pediatric occupational therapists, we can treat any child from birth to 21 years of age with a specific diagnosis, injury, or overall delay that is inhibiting them from accomplishing tasks in their daily routine to their fullest potential.

Children benefiting from OT include but are not limited to children with a diagnosis of:

We can also treat children with:

Where we treat: