OT and PT can look very similar especially when working with children. In general, OT includes, but is not limited to working on fine motor skills, visual perception, visual motor skills, feeding, social emotional behaviors, sensory processing, upper body function, and Activities of Daily Living-ADL’s (dressing, eating, bathing, play, etc). PT includes, but is not limited to working on gross motor skills, postural control, gait, coordination, balance, and lower body function. Both therapies incorporate fun, motivating activities specific to your child’s needs. When you call Children’s Therapy Associates, we will take a quick inventory and will be able to guide you toward the appropriate therapy for your child.