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Building Skills Through Art in Occupational Therapy

Building Skills Through Art in Occupational Therapy


Published: Jul. 9, 2024Updated: Jul. 11, 2024

Watch as Katie Krcal, OTR/L, MSOT, explains how art enhances occupational therapy for children. From preschool to school age, art projects develop visual motor skills, balance, fine motor skills, and pencil grasp. Discover fun and effective therapy techniques!

For more information about art, check out our article: Art in Therapy

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