Does your child need OT?
It's not something to be afraid of, but you need to act quick.
Kids with a wide variety of developmental problems or medical conditions may benefit from occupational therapy, or OT for short. The great thing about it is that while it is a very effective technique for helping to teach children to perform every-day tasks safely and independently, OT is also a whole lot of fun.

Below is a list of some of the areas which are commonly treated using OT. If your son or daughter is suffering from any of them, you might want to consider OT as a treatment option.
More information about occupational therapy:

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