Occupational therapy involves providing assistance to people throughout their lifespan. It basically aims to improve the functioning of the body and physical health. Occupational therapy has a goal to enable the clients to perform their daily life activities. Mostly, the children are born with developmental delays, cerebral palsy, and motor deficits which limit their functioning. They experience difficulty in holding and grabbing objects, transferring an object from one box to another, and also in sitting, standing, and walking.
Occupational therapy promotes health and provides an opportunity for better life and prevents illness, injury, or disability. The common activities in occupational therapy help the individuals to participate in school activities and in social gatherings. It promotes the recovery of injury so that an individual can regain skills which provide them with an experience of better cognitive and physical life. Mostly, the services in occupational therapy include an individualized observation and evaluation of the client and during this process the therapist discussed the goals of the therapy, and a customized intervention program is developed to improve the ability of the person to perform the routine activities in their full potential which helps them achieve their goals. The outcomes of therapy are evaluated and it is ensured that the goals are met, and if there are others which are still not achieved are worked on. The unachieved goals are met with development and changes in group therapy.