What is School Occupational Therapy (OT)?
School occupational therapy enhances the child's ability to function within the educational environment. Occupational therapists address the child's physical, sensory motor, environmental factors and activities that support or limit participation at school and access to their curriculum. The areas addressed by a school-based occupational therapist must directly relate to the child's performance within their school setting (campus, classroom, playground, cafeteria, bathroom and library). School occupational therapy is based on the state standards, core curriculum, and the Guidelines for Occupational Therapy and Physical Therapy in the California Public Schools.
Please Contact the Stanislaus SELPA Occupational Therapy Department Personnel @ 209-238-6556