Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational Therapy (OT)

Occupational therapy is provided for children with disabilities to help them mainly to improve their fine motor. This enables them to make daily tasks and jobs, such as preparing food, writing, painting, showering, and using scissors.

Occupational therapy, along with the therapeutic plan that we provide, is children based and is designed to meet each child’s need to achieve optimal recovery and improvement in order to prepare our children to get fully integrated into the community and be active members.


Who benefits from Occupational Therapy?

Our team provides Occupational therapy to children with the following cases:


  • Birth defects or birth injuries.
  • Developmental delays.
  • Behavioral disorders, such as; ADHD and ASD.
  • Traumatic injuries such as spinal cord.
  • Learning difficulties.
  • Mental health issues.
  • Chronic illnesses, such as; cerebral palsy.
  • Severe burns

Occupational Therapy can help in:

  • Improved fine motor skills.
  • Improved behavior.
  • Improved development.
  • Learn basic tasks.
  • Improved social skills and relationships.
  • Improve independence.
  • Obtain specialized equipment for the child to be able to serve himself/ herself independently.



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