This therapy is applied to children who have experienced various traumas at home or in the community. It can help the children deal with their feelings and improve communication skills. Occupational children’s therapy may also focus on helping the child learn new tasks or activities to replace those lost due to trauma.

The therapist will work with the family to develop a treatment plan that meets the child’s needs. Typically, this includes individual therapy, group therapy, and play therapy sessions. 

Occupational children’s therapy can effectively help children heal from their trauma and improve their overall well-being. Many qualified therapists available can provide you or your child with the support they need.

Occupational child therapy includes

  • Assistance with activities of daily living, including bathing, dressing, and grooming.
  • Assistance with adapting to changes in daily living, such as moving from a bedroom to an open space.
  • Guidance and support in accessing the community and other services.
  • Assistance with participating in work or educational programs.
  • Coordination of care with other health professionals, as needed.