Occupational therapy (OT) is a field of healthcare that takes a holistic approach to help people improve their lives by either rehabilitating or adapting functional deficits to help them become independent in everyday activities. The OT practitioner works with a client to assess current performance, set therapeutic goals, develop a plan, and implement intervention to help the client function better in his or her environment. Rather than spoon-feeding everything to them, an OT practitioner ensures the active participation of individuals and guides them throughout the intervention. Occupational therapists work with people of all ages and diagnoses. While intervention can begin at any age, the brain's ability to rewire itself with experience in the first five years of life, regardless of diagnosis or condition, is immense.
If you are concerned about your baby's development, you should seek immediate evaluation in order to obtain a definite diagnosis and begin intervention as soon as possible. Every child has untapped potential, and we need to take advantage of it. An occupational therapist ensures to use this potential to the full for optimum growth by developing a tailor-made therapy plan for each child.
- Regular Parent Counselling
- Guidance on Age appropriate activities & Toys assistance
- Online resources for child Creativity & Activities