Occupational Therapy

Through Occupational Therapy, the highest possible level of functionality in all aspects of a child’s life is promoted. The targeted activities that are used strengthen-develop the following:

  • The child’s independence in activities of daily living skills
  • The organizing and effectively completing activities in the child’s productive field (homework – school – group activities).
  • The child’s active action in play and free time
  • The child’s interaction with his environment

That is how self-care, self-control, self-esteem and the child’s active participation in his environment (family, school, and community) is promoted.

Suspension equipment

The use of suspension equipment in occupational therapy helps with the improvement of muscle tone, balance and coordination in a pleasant way. Depending on the swing type, we can have up and down movement, left and right, as well as circular, offering a variety of activities suitable for children with vestibular hyper or hypo sensitivity. It must be noted that the vestibular system is closely connected to the visual system, so changes in the position of the head develop the most effective use of the visual system.

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Motor skills

  • Gross and Fine motor
  • Bilateral coordination
  • Hand-eye coordination
  • Motor planning
  • Spatial orientation
  • Balance
  • Writing coordination
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Sensory Skills

  • Visual perception
  • Acoustic perception
  • Organisational processing
  • Visual processing of stimuliν
  • Proprioception
  • Vestibular system
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Activities of Daily Living skills (ADL)

  • Adaptations
  • Living skills
  • Toilet skills
  • Cleanliness
  • Dressing
  • Feeding

 

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Cognitive skills

  • Organisation – Classification
  • Time management
  • Problem solving
  • Concentration
  • Memory
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based on trust with the child