What is occupational therapy?
Occupational Therapy (OT) is a health profession that helps clients improve the way their nervous system functions. We help clients develop skills that will lead to success in everyday life including: motor, social, personal, academic and vocational pursuits.
In our pediatric setting, therapists use their expertise to help children prepare for and perform important learning and developmental activities. This typically includes muscle strengthening and range of motion of the hands and body, work on bilateral coordination (using two hands together), motor planning, visual perception skills, and visual motor skills. It also includes direct practice of the task, often with adaptations or modifications of the fine motor and self care tasks (cutting, writing, tying shoes) that are difficult for the individual child.
We provide both one to one and group sessions according to the childs need.
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