Welcome
Indy Pediatric Occupational Therapy specializes in providing occupational therapy for children with physical and sensory dysfunction. 

Our goal is to enhance participation in every day activities of children of all ages by facilitating development of:

  • Fine and Gross motor skills
  • Visual and Auditory skills
  • Sensory Perceptual skills
  • Cognitive skills
  • Social skills
  • Adaptive skills
  • Caregiver support

Our staff are specialists trained in the areas of learning and developmental disabilities, and in physical, emotional and mental impairments. We provide evaluations and custom individualized or group interventions, in addition to caregiver education.

Indy Pediatric Occupational Therapy is located at 9302 North Meridian Street, Suite 337 on the north side Indianapolis, Indiana.

For more information, or to make an appointment, call Indy Pediatric Occupational Therapy at (317) 571-9595.  
Staff

Kimberly Herring-Anthony, BS, OTR

Kim received her Bachelor of Science degree in Occupational Therapy at Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, Indiana. She has worked as a pediatric therapist since 1996. Kim has worked with children of all ages in home and clinic environments.

Kim is a certified provider of the Therapeutic Listening Program and also has extensive training in the areas of Sensory Integration, autism strategies, handwriting, and developmental therapy for children. She has worked with many different diagnoses including Developmental Delay, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, Pervasive Developmental Disorder, Autism, Prematurity, and Sensory Integration Disorder.  She has a long standing history of delivering local and state conference presentations on the development of fine motor skills, sensory processing, and the role of the occupational therapists within the various environments. 

Kim values being able to work with the children, parents, and caregivers, to help children with special needs develop into happy, independent, and productive adults who can joyfully explore their environment and reach their fullest potential.