Occupational therapy helps children to be successful in their activities of daily living. Activities of daily living for a young child include playing, moving, engaging with others, and learning.
“When my child first began services, he hadn’t been walking for very long and struggled to keep his balance. One hip was noticeably off kilter, and he walked in an imbalanced way. Today, he enjoys running all over the playground chasing friends, and climbing the kid’s ‘rock wall’ WITH NO HELP NOW! Thank you so much!”
The major areas commonly addressed are: