Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) provides children and young people with the ability to be an active participant in their own lives. 

 

What can OT’s help with?

Our occupational therapists are specialised and trained in assisting young people in the following areas:

  • Sensory Processing

  • Fine Motor Development

  • Gross Motor Skills - balance, strength, hand-eye coordination

  • Cognitive skills- functional memory, organisation, planning

  • Social Skill

  • Attention/Concentration

  • Transitions

  • Emotional Regulation

  • Problem Solving

  • Participation in Daily Routines

  • Independence with Self-Care

  • Personal Safety Skills

  • Meal Planing, Grocery Shopping & Meal Preparation

  • Managing Finances

  • Life/ Employability Skills- leaving school, working toward finding a job & maintaining employment

 
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Where Can I Learn these Skills?

Our team of OT’s are flexible. We mare happy to provide support wherever your goals are located! Some places we can provide support include:

  • In your Home

  • In the community

  • At school

  • At your workplace!


    Assessments:

Our OT’s are qualified to administer the following assessments:

  • Royal Children’s Hospital Handwriting Assessment

  • COPM

  • BEERY VMI

  • Sensory Profile

  • BOT-2

  • ADL Checklist

  • Grip Strength

  • Informal Observational Checklist

 

Meet Our Team!

 

Nicole Williams

Laura Pollock

 

Emma Shiels