If your child lives with exceptional abilities, you may be interested in exploring the options of occupational therapy.
With some time, occupational therapy has proven to be a successful means to improving upper body function.
But how do you know if your child will benefit from it?
Let's take a quick look at some of the signs.
10 Signs to Consider
- Your child sits out and observes the activity of others often.
- Poor posture while standing
- Struggles to interact with other students or appears upset when touched by others.
- Your child avoids learning new games or activities.
- Your child avoids activities that require fine motor skills.
- Struggles putting on clothing.
- Struggles to use scissors or prefers unusual pencil grip.
- Struggles with puzzles.
These are just a few signs you may want to consider, however, it's important to understand every child is different.