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The Changing Role of Occupational Therapy in Schools

Posted on July 27th, 2015 by ProCare Therapy


In the past, occupational therapists have worked predominantly with young children to assist them with fine motor skills. They often spent a lot of time in sessions perfecting pincer grasp, writing letters, and other goals for early elementary-aged children. While occupational therapists may still do these with their students, their role has changed drastically in recent years.

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