The occupational therapist supports children to participate and enhances their chosen physical activities viz. handwriting, playing, school activities, reading, dressing, eating, etc. They help children to achieve their academic achievement and promoting positive behaviours necessary for learning. They also play a crucial role in the treatment of a child with special need (viz. Autism, ADHD, learning disabilities down syndrome, etc) by helping a student to achieve independence in all areas of his life--cognitive, physical, and motor skills and building self-esteem. OT providers also address psychological, environmental, and social factors that may interfere with a child's ability to perform important learning and school-related activities.
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