Occupational Therapy (OT) puts the “fun” back into functional by providing skilled treatment to help infants, children or adolescents to perform functionally and to achieve/restore mobility at the highest level possible.

Occupational therapy practitioners work with children and young adults, from infancy through college, and their families to facilitate participation and independence. The American Occupational Therapists Association provides a fact sheet to provide information on occupational therapy’s role with a variety of conditions affecting children and families.

Click the fact sheet below to see more!

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