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What can i expect in occupational therapy for my disabled child?

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Dr. Paul Cohen answered

Specializes in Family Medicine

Hopeful improvement: Hi...Occupational therapy (along with other rebailitative services) can be very helpful to children with a broad spectrum of developmental disabilities. Your child(and I do not know the exact nature of the disability) can expect to gain better functioning and adaptation to the world around; and, as a result, be able to be more interactive with the various things in that world.

Answered 4/12/2015

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Dr. DANTE PEREZ answered

Specializes in Pediatrics

Hopeful improvement: Follow up of progress and communication.

Answered 9/16/2011

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