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Occupational Assessments

Initial Assessment

This is an essential step in the process to identify the needs of the child as well as to set up the performance baseline for further intervention.

When a child is seen for the first time, a comprehensive assessment is recommended to start with. However, this also depends on the child’s ability and necessity. Hence the assessments are carried out in flexibility based on the needs of the child.
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Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy can be provided in the centre on hourly basis. During this time the therapist will provide direct treatment, monitoring or consultation services. The goals and frequency of services are individually determined by the IEP team and family. Therapy is designed to seem like play to the children, yet the therapist draws upon extensive training in specialty areas to provide challenging therapeutic activities aimed to help the child reach his greatest functional potential word relate to child’s occupational role as a student.The list below identifies some of the treatment approaches used by the school based occupational therapist .