According to the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction, "Schools provide occupational therapy when a child with a disability requires this related service to assist the child to benefit from special education. Occupational therapists use purposeful activity to facilitate a child's active participation in self-maintenance; academic and vocational pursuits; and play or leisure activities that occur in school environments. Using direct and indirect services, as well as assistive technology and environmental modifications, school occupational therapists collaborate with parents, teachers and other educational staff to help implement a child's special education program."
Pulaski Community Schools provides Occupational Therapy to students identified to be in need of these related services.? Services are provided throughout the district at all schools.
Occupational Therapy Assistant