The Occupational therapist main goal is to enable the child to participate in all activities of his daily life. She focuses on engaging the children in purposeful, graded and if necessary, modified activities to improve their cognitive, motor, sensory, and emotional skills. This will increase their self-confidence and sense of achievement. The occupations of a child is different from those of an adult and include play, self-care, schoolwork, chores as well as participation in group and social activities. (Academic, Sport and Culture).