Occupational Therapy


What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapy (OT), on the other hand, is focused on your long-term health and well-being. Occupational therapists take a unique, holistic approach to your care. OT helps you to address your clinical condition, and we help you adapt your home and habits so you can participate more fully in day-to-day life.

Our role is to serve as your guide, by helping you establish your health and life goals—and then working with you to find the interventions, technology, and equipment that work best for YOU to get you where you want to be.

Occupational therapy, on the other hand, is focused on your long term health.


Occupational Therapy Evaluation

Complete Evaluation will be done on your history, health status, and any activities that are currently limited.

Then OT uses these information to provide you a best healthcare.


Occupational Therapy Treatment

The therapy is tailored to a child’s specific needs.

Before therapy begins, an OT observes child’s strengths and challenges.

Then they will plan a program of activities for the child to work on.


Occupational Therapist Focus on Following tasks and skills.

Self care routines like Dressing.

Reacting to sensory input.

Holding and controlling a pencil using scissors.

Writing and drawing.

Major planning  and organization skills.

OT consists of exercises and activities to build specific skills that are weak.

For example: If a child has poor handwriting, therapy may include techniques to help with handwriting.

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