Transition to Adulthood

Here at Cutting Edge Pediatric & Adult Therapy (CEPT), we recognize the need to assist our clients with special needs in transitioning into their adulthood roles and opportunities. Many struggle with certain barriers to independence, e.g. executive functioning, social and emotional difficulties, which require additional services to improve participation and skill of these occupations:

  • Activities of Daily Living (ADLs) and Instrumental ADLS (IADLs) effecting: rest and sleep, education, work, play, leisure, and social participation that are important for adulthood
  • Household Management and Meal Preparation & Clean-Up
  • College/Continuing Education
  • Volunteering and Employment
  • Financial Planning/Budgeting
  • Transportation
  • Community Awareness

Barriers to independence in these occupations include:

  • Sensory Dysregulation
  • Decreased Problem Solving and Attentional Skills
  • Decreased Ideation and Execution of Plans
  • Decreased Safety Awareness
  • Decreased Topographical Orientation

At Cutting Edge Pediatric & Adult Therapy, we specialize in addressing all these areas to insure our clients are able to successfully function in the community to the best of their abilities.

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