Parents and guardians often seek help from an Occupational Therapist when they have concerns about sensory processing, fine motor skills or a specialty area like feeding or toilet training. These therapists may work with a variety of ages and techniques. Younger children seem to get the most benefit from Occupational therapy. Most of the time an OT may see a child in an office or center-based setting, at times with fun sensory equipment. OTs also see children in the school setting in the classroom or for instruction in a 1-on-1 or small group.