OT refers to everyday activities that people do as an individual, in families and with communities to occupy time and bring meaning and purpose to life. Occupations include things people need to want to and are expected to do.
Services under OT/ Conditions we support
Autism and related disorders ( Rett’s Syndrome, Asperger’s syndrome).
Down’s syndrome and other genetic disorders.
Cerebral palsy and other numerological disorders( Encephalitis, Epilepsy).
Traumatic brain injury.
SPD ( Sensory Processing Disorder).
Hand strengthening and communication skill training.
Recommendation, training and use of adaptive equipment.
Visual motor and handwriting skill training.
Sensory processing is the brain's ability to process information from all of the senses and connect that information with what we already know about the world around us.
Basic Sensory Symptoms
a) Sensory modulation disorder
Withdrawing from light and unexpected touch.
Gagging and refusal to eat different textured foods.
Dislike of teeth brushing, hair washing/combing/cutting or nail cutting.
Avoidance of messy touches such as dirt or lotion.
b) Sensory discrimination disorder
Difficulty following directions.
Difficulty manipulating an object when out of sight.
Uses too much or too little force.
Poor sense of movement speed.
Discriminative sensory phase.
c) Postural ocular disorder: Have problem in controlling or stabilizing the body dummy movements or at rest.
Poor tracking of visual stimuli.
Discomfort climbing or fears of heights.
Sensory Processing Disorder
ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPER ACTIVITY DISORDER
Hand function skills training
Hand Writing Training