John Haber, OTR/L
Pediatric Occupational Therapist
18 years in practice as an Occupational Therapist with Experience from United Cerebral Palsy, Hyde Park CSD, Alcott Montessori School, and Elizabeth Seton Children’s Hospital.
- Bachelor’s in Health Science
- Masters In Occupational Therapy
- Owner and President of Nogginsland
- National Board Certified in OT
- Registered and Licensed by NYSED
What is Gross Motor Coordination?
Gross motor skills use the large muscle groups of the body (torso, arms, legs) to allow for movement. This can include larger tasks like walking and playing sports. These tasks require balance, coordination, and strength.
Occupational therapy addresses this through play-based activities requiring large muscle movements. Other skills are targeted as needed and might include balance, coordination, bilateral control, and motor planning.
Will Improving Gross Motor Coordination Benefit my Child?
If your child has any of the below disabilities: Gross Motor Coordination Development will Dramatically improve your child’s Fine Motor Skills.
- Cerebral Palsy
- Delayed Milestones
- Developmental Coordination Disorder
- Developmental Delays
- Down Syndrome
- Generalized Weakness
- Genetic/Chromosomal Disorders
- Global Developmental Delays
- High Muscle Tone
- Low Muscle Tone
- Muscular Dystrophy
- Pervasive Developmental Disorder
- Upper Extremity Deformities
- Vestibular Problems
Why Private Pay?
How Nogginsland OT Works
At Nogginsland OT, we accomplish our goals through custom tailored, individualized treatment plans, utilizing evidence-based interventions and approaches with proven effectiveness. We do not waste time or give false hope by pushing magic, miracle cures, or voodoo therapy. Our approach is honest, and our treatments are tried and true. We see the whole child and build a personalized plan, giving what they need, no more or less. We use simple, creative, and effective interventions, the foundation of Occupational Therapy.
These prices have been thoughtfully considered and are felt to be better than fair when compared to other providers. Included in these costs are research and acquisition of materials and equipment, documentation time, follow ups and consultation with Client families and caregivers, monthly operating costs, travel, individualized treatment planning, and development of free offerings including the educational blog and videos.
Where we are a private pay business, we are also more than happy to provide our clients all of the necessary documentation, coding, and billing information needed to pursue reimbursement from their insurance carriers.
Reimbursement is of course not guaranteed.
Our ultimate goal is to provide quality yet cost-effective treatment. We pride ourselves on honesty, integrity, and high ethical values. We never, NEVER push for unnecessary treatment and strive to achieve outcomes through modifications, consultation, and “homework” whenever possible.