Occupational therapy

Occupational therapy that produces life-changing results

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Occupational therapy services

Our occupational therapy services cover feeding therapy to handwriting skills.

What is occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy is the therapeutic use of everyday life occupations with persons, groups, or populations to support occupational performance and participation.

It teaches children how to adapt and it can help them perform any kind of task at school or at home.

Occupational therapy, also known as OT, involves the use of assessment and intervention to develop, recover, or maintain the meaningful activities, or occupations, of individuals, groups, or communities.

Occupational therapy climbing wall

What conditions or situations can benefit from occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy can benefit people of any age with a variety of conditions and scenarios.

It is instrumental in aiding individuals with physical disabilities in regaining their independence.

OT also supports children with developmental delays and learning disabilities by enhancing their fine motor skills and aiding in academic success.


What we treat

We've got your occupational therapy needs covered.

    Autism Spectrum Disorder

    Early Intervention

How it works


Get assessed

We develop a comprehensive assessment plan before you step in for your first appointment to allow us to hone in on your concerns for your child’s speech and language needs and get started in therapy right away.


Get matched

Your child will be matched with a therapist that best compliments your child’s personality, learning style, and therapist expertise.


Begin sessions

We begin the implementation of a comprehensive therapy program for all areas of need identified during evaluation.


Track your progress

We contstantly monitor your child's progress to ensure they are improving and reaching their goals.

We've got you covered

Need occupational therapy? You've come to the right place. View our coverage options.

Private pay

Major insurance plans

Health Savings Account (HSA)

Flexible Savings Account (FSA)

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Frequently asked questions

  • What do therapy sessions look like?

    We spend the first few sessions getting to know your child and building trust and a relationship. We teach children skills through ways they learn-through play! We encourage parents to participate in sessions so you may learn our techniques and carry over the skills taught in therapy at home.

  • What happens at the first appointment?

    Our therapist will review your intake paperwork prior to your appointment. Our therapy rooms are designed with children in mind- we have a lot of toys and engaging materials to encourage your child to relax, explore, and play. The therapist will engage with your child and ask questions about your primary concern. Your child may be given more formal assessments when age and skill appropriate where they are asked to point to items, formulate sentences with prompts, or complete skill assessments. The assessment time may range from 30-75 minutes depending on the the presenting concern, type of therapy assessment, and age/current skill level and participation of the child. At the end of the assessment, your therapist will make a recommendation for therapy if appropriate and our scheduling team will take over from there!

  • What areas do we service?

    Our Fresno office is conveniently located by freeway 41 with a short 8 minutes to Riverpark, and 30 minutes from Madera and 20 minutes from downtown Clovis. We also offer telehealth services so you can access therapy conveniently in your home anywhere in California!

  • Do you do home visits?

    We do home visits for patients referred through and funded by Central Valley Regional Center. We do not provide home visits for insurance based clients. Availability of services may vary.

  • What services do we offer?

    We currently are accepting new patients for speech and occupational therapy. Watch for openings soon for physical therapy!

  • Do you do feeding therapy?

    Yes! Our skillfully trained occupational therapists complete an assessment to determine concerns and develop a treatment plan to help your child accept eating a variety of foods safely.

  • My doctor sent over a referral, what happens next?

    Our intake team will reach out and gather your email to send you digital intakes. Once they are completed, we will verify your insurance, advise you on benefit coverage, and get you scheduled for your first appointment. Not using insurance? No problem, once you complete your intake paperwork, we will reach out and get you scheduled. All intakes must be completed prior to scheduling an assessment.

  • What insurances do we accept?

    We accept all major insurances! We know therapy programs require a commitment of at least 6 sessions to see progress, and by accepting insurance we are able to help more kids who would otherwise not be able to afford therapy. Click here for a comprehensive list of our in network insurances. Sorry, no medi-cal accepted at this time.

  • Do I need a referral from my pediatrician?

    Yes. We require a referral from the primary care doctor or pediatrician if you wish to use your insurance benefits.

  • Will my insurance pay for therapy?

    We are pleased to accept most major insurances. While most plans do have benefits covering therapy, we do an insurance verification once we receive a referral from your child’s pediatrician. Our experts will verify expected coverage and cost of therapy based on your individual agreement with your insurance provider.

  • I have an evaluation already from my school therapist, do I need another evaluation?

    Yes; school based providers are assessing to determine if your child needs therapy based on an educational need with very specific qualification criteria based on education code. We are determining if your child needs therapy based on medical necessity and writing our treatment recommendations based on our findings.

  • What are the benefits of working with speech language pathologist?

    Speech language pathologists are skilled experts in assessing delays or deficits with speech (articulation or speech sound development) and language skills (both understanding and expressive language).

    A speech language pathologist can provide an in-depth assessment on current speech and language abilities and help to develop a plan to support current skills and teach new skills using research-based methods.

    Speech therapy can benefit children at any age, but an expert evaluation can help to provide support and strategies to children who are developing speech and language. Don’t wait and see if your child “catches up,” schedule a free consultation today..

Metamorphosis provides the occupational therapy you need to produce life-altering change.

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