Occupational Therapy

The Royal College of Occupational Therapists states that “Occupational Therapy provides practical support to empower people to facilitate recovery and overcome barriers preventing them from doing the activities (or occupations) that matter to them. This support increases people’s independence and satisfaction in all aspects of life.”

Occupational Therapy can help individuals regain independence in their activities of daily living (ADL). It is a health-based and scientific approach that focuses on helping people of all ages with physical, cognitive, sensory, regulation, behavioral, social, visual challenges.

Occupational Therapy helps children improve their activities of daily living (ADL), including their school, home, and community performance. With the help of our licensed therapists, your child will develop and enhance his/her fine and gross motor skills, bilateral coordination skills, regulation skills, social, emotional, and cognitive skills. Essential living skills, such as dressing, bathing, brushing teeth, and self-feeding, will be improved. This will boost your child’s social, emotional, and academic performance and self-confidence.

Further benefits of occupational therapy include:

  • Promote Listening Skills
  • Develop social play and interaction Skills
  • Develop Regulation Skills
  • Develop Coping strategies
  • Enhance Sensory Integration
  • Improve Executive Functioning Skills
  • Improve Working Memory
  • Improve perceptual skills/abstract reasoning/ problem solving
  • Develop sleep hygiene
  • Regain physical abilities
  • Improve bilateral coordination Skills
  • Enhance behavioral Skills
  • Improve cognitive Skills
  • Writing Skills

Does your child need occupational therapy?

Our licensed Occupational Therapists at Mind Institute can help your child and young adults with any of the following challenges:

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