Occupations make up our daily lives. As children, these occupations include playing, learning, and socializing. However, sometimes, children struggle with those skills for one reason or another and need the help of occupational therapy to succeed in their cognitive, physical, and sensory development. The goal of an occupational therapist is to assess and treat kids and adults alike who are struggling with fine motor skills, self-care skills, self-concept and cognitive functions, and sensory discrimination and processing. An occupational therapist can help kids and adults with the education necessary to learn or relearn these skills and be able to handle day-to-day activities.