Occupational  Therapy

What does occupational therapy do in schools?

Occupational therapy addresses the physical, cognitive, psychosocial and sensory components of performance. In schools, occupational therapy practitioners focus on academics, play and leisure, social participation, self-care skills (ADLs or Activities of Daily Living), and transition/ work skills.

Dear Chelmsford families, 

Welcome! We are happy to present this website which provides informative and fun activities for your child.  These activities encourage child to move, while addressing their overall motor skills, strengthening, coordination and endurance.  

The activities are designed to address various skills, ability level and ages of children.  Please be aware that some of the activities may NOT be developmentally appropriate for your child.  Always stress safety with all activities.  Supervision may be needed for some activities.

Stress the willingness to try, not the performance!

Make activities creative, fun and encourage participation!

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