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Online Occupational Therapy 

We provide the best evidence-based treatment available.
Our occupational therapists are professional and trained in teletherapy catering to children and adults.

Occupational therapists help you develop, recover, improve, and maintain the skills needed for daily life, like eating, focusing on learning, getting dressed, and writing with ease. 


Our occupational therapy experts help clients via online sessions. We aim to enhance the overall quality of life by addressing your individual needs, thereby helping you lead an independent and socially apt life. 


Uses of occupational therapy-

Some common health problems that bring people to occupational therapy include:

  • Autism

  • ADHD & ADD

  • Learning disability

  • Downs syndrome

  • Handwriting Issues

  • Adult and child psychiatry along with sensory- behavior issues

  • Stroke recovery

  • Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson

  • Traumatic brain injury

  • Impaired vision

  • Cancer


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Does online occupational therapy work?

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Online occupational therapy is a successful model because our sessions are tailor-made based on the individual's needs. It does work because it's practical and highly engaging!

It is equally as effective as in-person occupational therapy.


You get an added advantage as the sessions can be planned as per your convenience thereby removing time constraints.

  • Online occupational therapy is equally as effective as in-person occupational therapy.

  • With online occupational therapy, there is no constraint in traveling and saves time. Sessions start on time. 

  • Through online occupational therapy those who are unable to go to clinics, can get consultation and occupational therapy services at home.

  • These sessions are equally efficient and safe.

  • Plus, increased engagement  will help you make quicker progress and successfully reach your goals. 

Occupational therapy at Sounderic

The role of an occupational therapist ranges from assessment to formulating a plan to help you achieve your goals.

Our expert occupational therapists begin with an evaluation, where you share your goals with them, and based on this discussion and clinical assessment the OT will formulate unique plans that can help you manage your daily activities more efficiently.

The duration of occupational therapy varies from person to person. Throughout the therapy, the occupational therapist will review your progress with you in order to assess whether set goals are being achieved or not and adjust the program as per requirements.

If you need occupational therapy, our compassionate therapists can help you master the skills for living an independent, creative, and socially adapted lifestyle.

What does an occupational therapist do for a child?

The role of an occupational therapist ranges from assessment to formulating a plan to helping a child achieve their set goals.

An occupational therapist first assesses how well a child can perform certain activities as per their age milestones. They may ask your child to write an alphabet, tie their shoelace, play some game, squeeze or grip some object to assess the strength of the child, or draw some objects. 

The duration of occupational therapy varies from child to child. Some kids grasp the instructions quicker and it can help them speed up their treatment. Always remember that practice is very important, you will have to motivate your child to practice activities at home.

If your child needs occupational therapy, our compassionate occupational therapists can help him or her achieve independence, grow, learn and thrive in various environments.

Occupational Therapy for Autistic adults

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurodevelopmental condition characterized by impaired social communication skills, restricted and repetitive behaviors, and isolated areas of interest. Occupational therapists evaluate the current developmental levels of children and adults with autism, aiming to improve their ability to self-regulate emotions and participate in social interactions. 

Common Occupational Therapy Interventions for Autism:

  • Sensory integration.

  • Emotional development and self-regulation.

  • Social interaction.

  • Focusing on self-care activities

  • Motor development.

  • Cognitive therapy.

Occupational therapy for adults with ADHD

ADHD is a chronic mental health condition that affects a person’s ability to pay attention and manage impulses. ADHD can significantly impact one's daily life, including school, work, and personal relationships


Individuals with ADHD often face difficulty with time management, organization, focusing, and multitasking. 


Few areas where OT helps individuals with ADHD are:

  • Time management

  • Organizational skills

  • Executive functions

  • Social skills

  • Use of assistive devices

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