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Occupational Therapy 


OT consists of exercises and activities to build specific skills that are weak. For example, if a child has very messy handwriting, therapy may include multisensory techniques to help with handwriting. If a child struggles with focus, the therapist might have that child do full-body exercises before sitting down to do homework. The earlier a child starts OT, the more effective it tends to be.


  • Works to improve fine and gross motor skills and motor planning.

    • Reacting to sensory input (self-regulation skills)

    • Self-care routines like getting dressed (fine motor skills & motor planning)

    • Throwing & catching

    • Holding a pencil, using scissors

    • Writing & copying notes

    • Organizing a pack back


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