Occupational Therapy is offered in clinic/in the child’s home environment to improve motor, cognitive, sensory processing or play skills after a delay has been identified. The goal is to enhance development, minimize the potential for developmental delay, and help families to meet the special needs of their children. Frequency of services are determined at the IFSP team meeting if the child is involved in Early Intervention, or following a formal assessment. Typical frequencies of service range from monthly, twice monthly or weekly. Sessions generally last 45 minutes to one hour depending upon the child’s needs and tolerance of therapy.