ADHD and Occupational Therapy: The Top Ways to Work Toward Classroom Success

published 2 months ago by Dr. Frederick B. Covington

Occupational therapists help children and teens with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) build their skills in everything from handwriting to homework. OT’s draw from sociology, neurology, anatomy, and psychology to create a personalized plan that targets each child’s unique physical and mental challenges, aimed at improving daily function and overall quality of life.  Here are some great ways to utilize in OT sessions and in the classroom to help ADHD/ADD children strive.

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