An occupational therapist, also known as an OT, provides evaluation and treatment for individuals with disabilities, recovering from injuries or experiencing physical and cognitive changes in order to help them participate in the various activities or “occupations” of everyday live. For children, “occupations” are activities that enable them to learn and develop life skills (e.g. school activities), be creative and or derive enjoyment (e.g. play), and thrive (e.g. self-care and care for others). An OT may help children improve their fine motor, visual motor, cognitive, sensory processing, social, and play skills.