Scientific Sessions

Pediatric Occupational Therapy

Pediatric Occupational Therapy is defined as therapy required for the complete development of children towards the skill that will be required to grow into independent and functional adults. Pediatric Occupational Therapists are now actively playing their role within the Organization directly or indirectly to keep a better working environment. Physical deficiency, wounds, and a mass of other problems can obstruct a child’s capability even from performing mutual tasks or with growth generally through the stages of public or rational development. The more time a child goes without learning these skills more will be a problem encountered by the child which signifies the role of a Pediatric Occupational therapist critical to their patients. Pediatric Occupational therapy could be helpful to the offspring who have fallen into numerous groups, from premature children to teenagers with ADHD that also children suffering even to recite or inscribe.


Sub-Tracks include:

·         Cognitive skills

·         Fine motor skills

·         Gross motor skills

·         Self-care tasks

·         Social skills