Detail description about your listing one of the biggest tasks of an occupational therapist is tool activity. The use of functional activities that have a meaning to the individual, that are motivating, and that stimulate interest in the task and increase attention, is essential to facilitate the establishment of new brain connections. The therapist asks himself questions such as: What are the interests of the patient? What things inspire you? What is the effect of the disease on the patient? etc. And their intervention focuses not only on the motor or sensory aspects but also on cognitive, emotional control, communication, and social skills that are often altered in patients Autism, ASD, ADHD, CP, Delayed Milestone, Intellectual Disability, Developmental Delayed Children, stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson and other diseases of the nervous system.