Improving gross motor and fine motor skills.
Online occupational therapy is similar to therapy delivered in face-to-face sessions, and its implementation is easy for both the school and the children. K-12 students are serviced by AOTA (American Occupational Therapy Association) accredited and licensed occupational clinicians. Therapy is focused on improving gross motor and fine motor skills and is delivered via high-resolution, live video conferencing.
Seasoned therapists combine their skills and experience with the utilization of a special toolkit that the student and therapist use in tandem. The toolkit contains squish balls, bands, tactile elements, pencils, learning sheets, scissors, and play-dough. Through this tangible modality, the therapist engages the student in correcting deficiencies.
The technology is simple, affordable, reliable, and extremely engaging. Today’s children are comfortable with computer interactions. Increased engagement means that the kids progress more rapidly and successfully toward their IEP goals, resulting in happy children, happy parents and happy school administrators.
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