Occupational therapy

  • Occupational therapy is the therapeutic use of every day activities to treat the physical, mental, developmental & emotional ailments that impact the child’s ability to perform everyday tasks.

    Occupational therapy teaches the child the use of self core & work play activities to promote & maintain health, prevent disability, increase independent fun & enhance development.

    For example:-

    • Getting dressed
    • Playing a sport
    • Taking a class
    • Getting together with friends
    • Taking care of oneself
    • Interacting with others
    • earning a living
    • Developing skills

Occupational therapy is given to improve mobility and functionality of body such as fine motor skills, gross motor skills, and also eye hand co- ordination skills to physically impaired children.