Tips from Sarah Mathew,

Occupational Therapist

Identifying The “WHY” To Participation In Daily Activities: An Occupational Therapist’s Perspective

Aside from motivation, routine, and behavioral influences, do you ever wonder which skills contribute to participation in daily activities such as feeding, dressing, educational activities, and play? Watch the video below for a task breakdown.

Sarah Mathew

Occupational Therapist

Sarah is a northern Virginia native who received her Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology
from Temple University and went on to complete her Master of Occupational Therapy
from Radford University. Since beginning her career in Occupational Therapy, Sarah
has specialized in pediatrics, working extensively in the outpatient and home-based
settings. She has experience with children of all ages and specializes in feeding. Her goal
is to help children and their families increase their daily independence and help achieve
overall quality of life.