Our Mission

Kidz Treehouse OT is a unique holistic and comprehensive private practice, which works to offer research driven, clinically proven occupational therapy programs that are fun and vibrant for your child. 

We pride ourselves in our family-centered approach, which extends to everything we do. We celebrate each child’s accomplishments,both  large and small, and take a personal approach to your child’s care.


Our Goal

At Kidz Treehouse OT, we focus on optimizing your child’s developmental engagement and participation of either sensory, fine motor, activities of daily living, core strength, motor coordination, motor planning, visual perceptual, or handwriting activities. By using creative and adaptive methods, we aim for your child to do everyday tasks as independently as possible.


At Kidz Treehouse OT, we know the primary occupation of every child is to play. Through development of fine motor and sensory skills, your child can grow through structured play during each session.  Through the use of a custom program to suit your child’s needs, we use play as a means to improve your child’s skills. Kidz Treehouse OT aims to ensure that every session is fun, successful and enjoyable by using various state of the art sensory based equipment to meet your child’s goals.

Meet the Founder

Leora Neman, Pediatric Occupational Therapist & Early Intervention Provider

Mrs. Leora Neman is a creative and compassionate individual who has dedicated her professional career to identifying each child’s strengths and weaknesses to help them reach their full potential.

Leora attended the Nathan Weiss Graduate College at Kean University with a Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, with a focus on preventative and rehabilitative research at in-patient and out-patient settings. Leora has won numerous academic and student leadership awards for her achievements, which included runner up in First Annual New Jersey Three Minute Thesis Competition, recipient of the Kean Stern Memorial & Andres Scholarship, as well as research lecturer and presenter at AOTA & NJOTA Annual Conferences. 

Prior to opening her own practice, Leora has worked in various settings including inpatient rehabilitation, acute care, early intervention, special education schools, and pediatric clinics across New York City, Brooklyn, The Bronx, Queens, and Long Island. Leora  has experience working with children of all ages, with varying diagnoses and developmental levels. Leora has received extensive training in Astronaut Training, Rhythmic Movement, and Postural Reflexes (RMT) certified, and Carfit Technician. She has advanced training in sensory processing disorders, sensory integration treatment, visual processing therapy, auditory processing, as well as early intervention.  Leora had extensive  experience in creating sensory diets, home exercise programs, and collaborating with parents, schools, and other professionals regarding client progress. She utilizes playful and targeted interventions to help clients achieve goals and is passionate about educating caregivers on strategies to foster development in home and school environments.

Leora has numerous professional affiliations that include The New York State Occupational Therapy Association and the American Occupational Therapy Association. 

Leora also serves as an occupational therapy advisor for several local students interested in the pediatric field and regularly attends continuing education courses across the country to stay abreast of the latest techniques and scientific developments within the field.

Leora welcomes clients of all ages and looks forward to offering you professional, individualized, and caring therapeutic services to help your child grow.