When it comes to children, a child’s primary occupation is to grow, play, learn and participate in school activities. Occupational therapy can help kids with a physical, sensory or cognitive disability to carry out daily activities such as putting on their shoes, brushing their teeth, etc.

For kids who are unable to participate in popular games and activities, occupational therapy can outline alternative activities that are mentally and physically engaging and can help improve the child’s overall outlook towards his external environment.