One of the main reasons that parents seek Occupational Therapy services for their children arises from problems with printing and handwriting. Although once taught in schools, the learning of this basic and essential skill is no longer part of curriculums. While many children quickly take to printing, many have difficulties. When difficulties arise, an Occupational Therapist can help. Learn how Occupational Therapists help provide solutions to printing problems and make learning creative and fun in the following video from our OT-V video series.
October is Occupational Therapy Month and to celebrate we will be sharing a new series called the A to Z of OT. In our attempts to further educate the public about what Occupational Therapists do we will be highlighting twenty-six of the awesome ways OTs provide Solutions for Living.
We encourage you to follow along and to add to the discussion by highlighting other awesome things OTs help with for each corresponding letter!