Occupational therapy can help students succeed in academic performance and social participation. In the school setting, occupational therapists support academic and non-academic outcomes, including social skills, math, reading, writing, recess, participation in sports, self-help skills, prevocational or vocational participation, and more. The goal is for students to build upon their strengths while developing academic and social skills necessary for future independent living.
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