23 Aug

Occupational Therapy (OT) assists children in improving their cognitive, physical, and social skills. The aim is to strengthen daily activities skills so kids can become independent and participate in various activities. OT frequently focused on game skills, improving concentration, improving core strength, motor planning skills, and self-care. 

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational Therapy used when children are having difficulty with everyday activities. An occupational therapist can identify your kid's difficulties and strengths and will help them work out practical solutions. Our OT can help your kid improve independence by using different techniques, and using new equipment. 

Occupational Therapy

How does it help Children?

 OTs helps your kid

  • After an accident or illness, or who has a disability or mental illness, or those with learning difficulties to develop skills to improve their confidence in social situations.
  • This will also boost your child's self-esteem. Children who participate in our therapy center can improve motor planning skills, basketball activities, and scooter board skills, and become competent with basic life skills such as communicating, hand and eye coordination, and other everyday activities.
  • It also benefits children by identifying the necessary equipment required for optimal independence.

Does Your Kid need OT? Are you unsure about it?

Birth defects or injuries Integrative or sensory disorders brain or mental illness or behavioral problems or delays in development or post-surgical conditions and similar chronic illnesses, your child’s fine motor skills will be worked on throughout our occupational therapy. Our OTs will assist them with learning to grab and release toys as well as playing games. Hand-eye coordination is another main focus of our occupational therapy.

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