Child Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy increases people’s independence at all stages of life, especially during development. Our Occupational therapists use an intervention method that makes the acquisition of certain skills more natural and easy to use in everyday life.

Benefits of Occupational Therapy for children

Occupational therapy puts the individual’s ability to act at the center of attention. Helps improve health and quality of life. It gives people the opportunity to participate in daily living and social life activities. Occupational therapy helps children and adolescents with disabilities due to congenital, developmental, acquired sensory, motor, cognitive or mental disorders in the following ways:

  • 1 – Practice age-appropriate skills such as eating, cycling, writing, and playing.
  • 2 – It stimulates the registration and processing of sensory information (sense of touch, body perception, balance).
  • 3 – Provides functional and activity-based stimuli for fine and gross motor skills.
  • 4 – Provide behavioral strategies such as focused attention, planning, and leadership.
  • 5 – Strengthens social and emotional skills.
  • 6 – As a condition of freedom of action, you must train visual, auditory, spatial, and memory skills.
  • 7 – Counseling and management of AIDS. make a rail
  • 8 – Advise parents and those around them. Prevention guarantee.

What does our occupational therapist do?

The occupational therapists at Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre help children to be independent and focus on what is important to them and what they enjoy in their daily lives.

Our experts understand that play is a child’s number one profession. The occupational therapists at Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre for Children treat everyone from infants to teens and have the experience of caring for children with a variety of health conditions, including cerebral palsy, muscle wasting, and limb differences.

Our occupational therapists help children learn basic skills such as changing clothes, bathing, and eating. Handwriting with each child or picking up toys and getting rid of them can help them succeed in school. We play Lego games and board games to help children coordinate their hands and eyes. This facilitates transitions and problem-solving. Playing with dolls and stuffed animals can improve your child’s social skills.

At Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre, our Rehabilitation programs help develop, adapt, and maintain children’s motor, sensory, sensory, and mental skills to perform all activities important to their development and activities of personal relevance. The purpose is suggested in a fun and interesting context related to caring and learning.

Our occupational therapists place great emphasis on their children and their families, who are actively involved in the treatment process. Based on age, the experience of interaction with the external environment, friends, and the school you go to is also evaluated.

Investigation tools and developmental treatment and rehabilitation programs are very specific and require in-depth knowledge based on the evidence currently available in the scientific field that our occupational therapists can perform in different situations with specific skills.

Occupational therapists at Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre focus on new strategies, exercises, activity development, education, and adaptation of the environment to the specific needs of children and their families.

Here at Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre, we encourage occupational therapy to be fun, and at the same time, we encourage children to achieve their goals so that they can become as self-sufficient as possible.

Certain treatments and services may vary from place to place. Please contact Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre for more information.

Contact Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre for Child speech therapy and audiology services.

Our Child speech therapy and audiology Service is responsible for the diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of disorders and pathologies of verbal language, speech, speech, and hearing in developmental age:

  • 1 – Medical visits and audiometric tests for all childhood pathologies of the ENT district
  • 2 – Indications and prosthetic prescriptions (hearing aids and implantable prostheses)
  • 3 – Integration with speech therapy assessments, where necessary, and speech and deafness rehabilitation activities for patients under the age of 18 years.

What are you waiting for? Book Child speech therapy and audiology appointment at Creative Child Rehabilitation Centre now.