Occupational Therapy services are provided by licensed occupational therapists. OT’s work with caregivers to help their child with fine motor skills, which involve the small muscles of the body. These skills include reaching, grasping, and picking up small objects. An OT can address self-help skills such as self-feeding, dressing and hygiene. An OT may also work with your child in areas such as feeding difficulties, eye-hand coordination, and sensory-integration issues. An OT can assist in making recommendations for adaptive equipment.