Developmental therapy is an approach that focuses on improving specific skills or a broader range of interconnected abilities. Developmental approaches are often combined with behavioral treatments, such as speech and language therapies.

Occupational therapists work to teach people how they can care for themselves as best possible. The skills Occupational Therapy teaches include dressing, eating and bathing; it also includes Sensory Integration therapy if necessary or helpful with fine motor movements (such picking up small objects) .

Other therapies included under this category would be sensory integration where they teach how it feels when something new enters into their world through sight or sound. Physical rehabilitation may focus on fine motor movements like fingers close together (or apart), larger trunk movement etc.

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