OT Corner: OT for Kids with Disabilities – What Does the Research Say?

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Do you provide occupational therapy for children with disabilities? Or perhaps your child or student receives occupational therapy? Regardless, there are many techniques and interventions that occupational therapists use during a therapy session or consultation to help children improve their engagement and participation in various skills throughout their lives.

Recently, a research study wanted to determine the best-available intervention evidence for children with disabilities, to assist families and occupational therapists make evidence-based decisions.

The Australian Occupational Therapy Journal completed a systemic review to determine if the studies met the following inclusion requirements:

  • systemic review or randomized controlled trial.
  • an occupational therapy intervention for children with a disability

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