Occupational Therapy for children can help with various developmental needs like improving their cognitive, physical, and motor skills and enhancing their self-esteem and sense of accomplishment. Occupational Therapy is used to help children with a range of skills including sensory integration, feeding issues, development of gross motor skills, age appropriate self care skills, development of communication skills, appropriate social interactions, language and cognitive skills and self concept.
Occupational therapy often focuses on fine motor skills, like those required for picking up and handling small objects, writing and drawing pictures. The benefits of Occupational Therapy are wide ranging, helping to address developmental delays caused by physical disability, autism and sensory disorders.
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