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What Does It Mean When a Child Has “Occupational Therapy”?

Question by G H: What does it mean when a child has “occupational therapy”?
Does it mean he is mentally challenged?
Or can any child have it?

Best answer:

Answer by Gracinda
There could be a lot of reasons why a child would have OT.
OT’s work with kids who have had injuries to their arms and hands, or who have sensory problems and have trouble regulating their responses to the environment and as well as kids who have intellectual delays.

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