Occupational Therapy

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​Occupational therapy can improve development of fine and visual motor skills, address differences in sensory processing, feeding and eating concerns, participation in activities of daily living and development of play skills.​

Some areas that pediatric OTs address include:

✔ Sensory processing & self-regulation skills
✔ Fine motor skills
✔ Visual motor skills
✔ Motor coordination & muscle weakness
✔ Feeding difficulties/picky eating
✔ Self-help skills (self-feeding, dressing, grooming, etc.)
✔ Social emotional & play skills