Occupational therapy is the use of assessment and intervention to develop , recover or maintain the meaningful activities or occupation of individuals,  groups  or communities. Occupational therapy department facilitated to provide evaluation and treatment for improving fine motor skills, eye-hand co-ordination, activities of daily living (including eating, dressing, hygiene, toileting and play activities), oral motor skills and adaptive seating needs of children and young adults with disability and day to day activities and in turn enhance self esteem. Occupational Therapy also evaluates a child’s need for specialized equipment like dressing devices, splints, wheel chairs and bathing  equipment .The therapists also work with Cwd’s having sensory and attention issues to improve focus and social skills.