Occupational therapy serves to identify certain difficulties in the development of the child's motor, sensory or functional skills and to plan and guide the intervention process fitted to the child and their family, taking into account their strengths and weaknesses.

The occupational therapist works in a specially equipped environment to develop the child's large and fine motor skills, stimulating the correct posture if necessary by selecting an assistive device and adjusting to the child's body proportions. Including wheelchair, chair, etc.

In order to promote the development of the child's functional skills, occupational therapy is also aimed at strengthening the parent by teaching the correct strategic approach and developing appropriate recommendations.