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Occupational Therapy Session

Early Intervention School

About Occupational Therapy Session

An occupational therapy session is a specialized session conducted by a qualified / licensed occupational therapist (OT) to help individuals improve their ability to perform activities of daily living (ADLs) and achieve their goals.

The session involves an initial evaluation of the client’s abilities and needs to identify any areas of difficulty. Based on this assessment, the OT will develop a personalized treatment plan that focuses on improving the client’s functional abilities, including their physical, cognitive, and sensory skills.

During the session, the OT may use various techniques and activities to improve the client’s ability to complete ADLs, such as dressing, grooming, and eating. They may also work on improving the client’s mobility, balance, and coordination, as well as their ability to perform fine motor skills. The OT will provide feedback and guidance to the client and encourage them to practice their skills outside of therapy.