Occupational therapy, in the pediatric area, works with children, adolescents and their families. The objective is to discover and maximize the potential of each child and adolescent so that they can be independent in their daily activities, whether at home, at school, or in the community. Playing, self-care, writing, food, among other valences are valued.
Psychomotricity, or psychology of movement, brings benefits for stimulation and for the physical and cognitive development of the child. It also helps children with emotional and/or social difficulties.