Pediatric Occupational Therapy
Occupational therapists work to improve daily living skills such as playing, dressing, writing and eating by improving coordination, strength, balance, sensory processing and the use of the arms and hands.
Occupational therapists use movement, touch, and deep pressure sensory input to help children with sensory processing deficits.
As part of sensory integration therapy, clients use special headphones to listen to electronically altered compact disks to improve sensory processing skills.
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