These difficulties could be due to:
Occupational therapists evaluate kids' skills for playing, school performance, and daily activities and compare them with what is developmentally appropriate for that age group. The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday life.
Occupational Therapists work on:
Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD, formerly known as "sensory integration dysfunction") is a condition that exists when sensory signals don't get organized into appropriate responses.
This depends on the milestones that are expected at every age. Depending on the challenges, we can begin working with children as soon as they are born, even while they are still in the hospital.
The frequency of sessions also depends on the type and severity of the difficulty and the age and attention span of the client. People can attend therapy from 1-5 times per week. In most instances however 1-2 times per week is an appropriate frequency to make optimal progress toward meeting set goals and objectives.
Parents are encouraged to watch and participate in every speech session especially for younger children so that a language learning environment can be created at home. For older children and adults, parents or care givers are encouraged to discuss treatment plans and progress at the end of the session. Home practice worksheets and ideas are provided by the therapist.