Occupational Therapy | Self Care

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Feeding / Dressing / Toileting - Self Care

Self-care activities such as feeding, dressing, toileting and hygiene are considered as the activities of daily living (ADLs). These activities of daily living are prerequisite skills required before entering school. ADL routines require child to plan, organize and carry out sequence of activities in order to develop independence and maturity.

If you or your child have difficulty with any of the skills, then our OT can help them to develop independence.