An occupational therapist (OT) can certainly assist the development of fine motor skills which it appears are the teacher's main area of concern. It may be worth having a meeting with the teacher and OT together; this shows the school you are pro actively addressing areas of concern and allows the teacher and OT to discuss and work toward the same goals. If after three months the teacher sees no improvement and/or you are still concerned about your daughter's emotional well being, an appointment with an educational psychologist may be in order.
It is important to initially try one therapy at a time to prevent your daughter thinking there is something wrong with her. Just as important is exposing her to the same expectations at home and school (and therapy) to build better confidence.
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