OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY-Bakery

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Assessment

Our Occupational Therapists rely on Assessment to Evaluate a Child’s Strengths and Limitations. This Evaluation is Crucial in Developing a Tailored Intervention Plan that Targets the Child’s Specific needs and Objectives.

Occupational therapists Conduct thorough Assessments to Understand the Child’s Strengths, weaknesses, and functional abilities. This may include evaluating their sensory processing Skills, Motor Skills, Self-Care Skills, Cognitive Abilities, and Play Skills.

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Individualized Intervention Plans

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Sensory Integration Therapy

Sensory integration therapy is a core component of occupational therapy for children with sensory processing issues. Our Occupational therapists use sensory-rich activities to help children regulate their sensory responses, improve sensory processing skills, and promote self-regulation.

Sensory integration therapy helps children with sensory processing issues develop appropriate sensory processing skills and self-regulation abilities. This promotes functional abilities, enabling their full participation in daily activities.

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Motor skills development

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ADL Training

At Rehab Care our,Occupational therapists help children with special needs develop self-care skills to promote their independence, functional abilities, and overall quality of life. They use an individualized approach, adaptive strategies, skill development, environmental modifications, caregiver involvement, and goal-oriented approach to ensure progress.

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Motor skills development

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Assistive Technology

Therapists adopt a client-centered and collaborative approach to empower children with special needs and their families. They work together to effectively utilize assistive technology, enabling the children to achieve their goals and participate fully in daily activities.

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Cognitive Interventions

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Play and Leisure Participation

We promote inclusive play and leisure opportunities for children with special needs to support their socialization, creativity, and self-expression. They create inclusive play environments, collaborate with peers, involve parents and caregivers, and facilitate community-based leisure participation.

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Collaborative Approach

Occupational therapy for children with special needs follows a collaborative approach that involves the child, their family, and other professionals. Therapists work in coordination with other healthcare providers to provide comprehensive care and address the complex needs of the child.

Effective communication, coordination, and teamwork among all stakeholders are crucial for the success of occupational therapy interventions. By working together, a cohesive and holistic approach can be achieved to optimize the outcomes for children with special needs.