Occupational Therapy Resources
Below are some of the most common areas of intervention, along with some helpful online resources for parents and caregivers to learn more and help support students at home.
Fine motor skills
Examples: handwriting, manipulating school tools such as scissors, markers, glue
Examples: manipulating fasteners on clothing, using eating utensils, opening containers at lunch, hygiene
Examples: help support students who have trouble processing information that the senses take in - sound, sight, smell, touch, body awareness, balance, and movement
What is Occupational Therapy in Schools?
Information from the American Occupational Therapy Association (AOTA)