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Occupational Therapy

Playful Child

OT can help children understand and work their bodies so they can perform basic life skills and tasks. Building and strengthening foundational skills such as handwriting, cutting, self-care (dressing, feeding, and toileting), concentration, attention, coordination, balance, and movement allows your child to get the most they can from their learning environment.


OT will consider the child’s environment and modify it to facilitate participation in activity. The ultimate aim of OT is to promote children’s competence and participation at home, at school, and in their communities.


At About Play Therapy OT intervention will extend children beyond the acquisition of skills to the optimization of children’s engagement in their life roles.

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