Occupational Therapists often work with children to develop play and social skills. Play is the ‘occupation’ of a child. It is also their way to learn and development. As they develop their play skills and slowly interact with other children, social skills become important, such as sharing, turn-taking and asking for help.
Occupational Therapists can help your child if they have difficulty with the following:
My child plays alone.
My child has difficulty making friends.
My child doesn’t share toys with other children.