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    • Help in defining the IEP (Individualized Education Program) by a special educator and identifies the requirement of occupational therapy.
    • Developing visual & gross motor skills – tracking an object, hand-eye coordination, catching, and throwing.
    • Developing fine motor skills required in basic self-care tasks such as getting dressed, eating, using scissors, etc.
    • Uses various playing techniques that help them to improve social skills.

    Occupational Therapy (OT) is:

    A type of health care that helps to solve the problems that interfere with a person’s ability to do the things that are important to them.”

    This often includes daily living activities like self-care (getting dressed, eating), working or studying, playing sports, participating in social activities, and more. In other words, an occupational therapist helps figure out why you can’t do what you would like to do and provide solutions to help solve this problem.

    Both physiotherapists and occupational therapists are trained extensively in the anatomy of the musculoskeletal system resulting in both being knowledgeable about musculoskeletal injuries and rehabilitation. Traditionally, Occupational Therapists have focused more on evaluating and improving a person’s functional abilities while Physiotherapists have tended to focus more on problems with movement.

    Occupational therapists don’t treat specific conditions they are the experts in treating functional problems that may be related to certain conditions or symptoms. If you’re experiencing any change in functional abilities, an occupational therapist can help.