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How to Tell if Your Child Can Benefit from Occupational Therapy

Pediatric occupational therapy helps children perform essential learning and developmental activities. By practicing different occupational tasks, children begin to develop and strengthen fine motor skills, hand and body motions, coordination, visual perception, and muscle development. How can you tell if your child needs occupational therapy to help with these skills? The following signals may help answer this question. Your child may benefit from occupational therapy if: They have poor concentration and do not pay attention to specific tasks. Their hands tire easily or if they have weak fine motor skills, such as grasping a pencil. They are under or overly..  - Read More

How Occupational Therapy Helps Visual Perception in Children

Visual perception, or visual processing, is the brain’s ability to make sense of what the eyes see. It plays an important role in development, as it affects a child’s ability in reading, writing, solving math equations, memory, completing puzzles and many other skills. Weak visual perception holds a child back from accomplishing these daily tasks, which can cause low self-esteem and a decline in academic performance. Occupational therapy can be very beneficial for strengthening visual perception in children. Through different OT activities, a child can improve their ability in visual tasks, stay engaged in academics, complete self-care tasks, develop a..  - Read More

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