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Occupational Therapists

Occupational Therapists are specialists with a minimum of a master’s degree, a state license, and experience in assessing and developing the skills children need to grow into functional, independent adults. These skills include:

  • Cognitive skills - remembering letters, shapes, and sequences

  • Fine motor skills - finger dexterity, wrist and forearm control, and hand strength

  • Gross motor skills - balance and body coordination

  • Self-care tasks - dressing, bathing, and self-feeding

  • Social skills - taking turns, listening and following direction

  • Executive Function Skills - planning and organization, working memory, initiation, task monitoring, self-monitoring, inhibition, emotional control, and shifting/cognitive flexibility

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