Virtual occupational therapy sessions include movement activities for getting the body to feel good and balance, a fun game (such as a board game or a game the child has created), and a seated activities that focuses on following directions, hand strength and coordination, and paying attention for an extended period. Parent coaching occurs throughout the session to ensure carryover of skills and goals. Virtual OT sessions look similar to in-clinic sessions, and are a seamless transition to supporting the child and family in their home!