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Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy (OT) is a type of therapy that helps kids develop the skills they need to do everyday tasks and activities. Occupational therapists (OTs) work with children to improve their abilities in areas like:

1. Fine Motor Skills: Using hands and fingers for tasks like writing, cutting, and buttoning clothes.

2. Gross Motor Skills: Coordination and control of big movements like walking, jumping, and climbing.

3. Sensory Processing: Understanding and responding to sensory information like touch, sound, and sight.

4. Self-Care Skills: Independence in activities like eating, dressing, and grooming.

5. Social Skills: Interacting with others, making friends, and playing with peers.

OT is beneficial for children because it helps them become more independent and confident in their abilities. It can also improve their performance at school, home, and in social settings. By addressing specific challenges and providing personalized therapy, OTs support children in reaching their full potential and achieving success in daily life.

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