Occupational Therapy develops skills through play.

Occupational Therapy mainly focuses on developing skills through play. The therapy improves the daily living activities that are essential for children such as self care, emotional regulation, motor skills, sensory skills, playing & socialization, and other activities they do at school and at home.

Children who find learning daily activities difficult, the occupational therapist breaks these complex tasks in small steps which they can grasp easily. They are able to master skills like writing, eating, putting on clothes, etc, and do it independently.

Occupation therapy improves motor coordination like using both the hands, helps the child sit still & concentrate, and teaches materials used in school like pencil, ruler, eraser & sharpener.