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The primary “occupations” of a child are playing and learning. Occupational Therapy addresses challenges that affect meaningful engagement and participation in everyday activities at home, school, and in the community. Play is an integral part of therapy in order to establish a meaningful and motivating therapeutic experience. Intervention approaches are individualized to each child’s strengths and needs. Services are provided one-on-one, in groups, or on a consultative basis. Some of the areas addressed in Occupational Therapy include:


"If a child cannot explore his own potential - and it is difficult for him to do so alone - the therapist must intervene, aiding, assisting, modifying, and suggesting, bringing out of the child which he cannot quite bring out by himself" --Jean Ayres

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