Occupational Therapy

  • Play therapy for very small children.
  • Activities involving gross and fine motor hand function such as clay modelling, puzzle solving, craft activities.
  • Balance training In swiss ball such as ball bouncing, prone in the ball, lateral trunk flexion in the swiss ball.
  • Obstacle crossing which will promote balance and proper weight shifting for ambulant kids.
  • Bed mobility with and without assistance to promote trunk activity.
  • Teaching energy conservation and modified day to day activities.
  • Helping in living a quality life.

Play Therapy

Play therapy is a form of therapy primarily geared toward children. In this form of therapy, a therapist encourages a child to explore life events that may have an effect on current circumstances, in a manner and pace of the child’s choosing, primarily through play but also through language.