What does Occupational Therapy look like for teens?

Occupational therapy for teens is typically focused on executive functioning skills such as attention and organization and IADLS (instrumental activities of daily living). IADLs include hobbies, food preparation, transportation, house chores and managing money. The OT would work with the family (in clinic, in home, in daycare or virtually) to develop goal areas that are important to the teen and their family. Weekly sessions would include follow up from the previous session and home program as well as working on developing new strategies/activities to continue to make progress toward the goal areas the family has established.

Want to know how a Occupational Therapist can Help?

Schedule your infant, child, and teen for an evaluation today and see how a therapist can help your family.
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