Occupational therapy means change. This involves direct therapy for sensory integration, perceptual function (often deficits in children who are identified as learning disabled or minimal brain dysfunction), fine and gross motor skills, oral motor skills, independent living skills, and the design and fabrication of splints and assistive devices.
Occupational Therapy evaluating each child then providing him or her child with specific activities that will help them develop more normally. Occupational Therapy is the child's play, the developmental tasks, movement exploration, and all of the child's daily learning experience.
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