Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists help children stay engaged in activities that give them
pleasure or a sense of purpose. Some of these activities may include self-care
skills, feedi​ng, play, developmental skills, visual perception, handwriting,and
fine motor skills. Specific therapeutic approachesmay include sensory
integration strategies, adaptive equipment,splinting and casting, and
activities that promote increased functional use of upper extremities.
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