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Occupational Therapy Sessions

Age Range: 1-25 years

Designed for: Families

These sessions are highly individualised and are designed to address each child’s specific needs and goals. They typically involve a combination of therapeutic techniques and activities aimed at improving a child’s physical, sensory, cognitive, and emotional functioning.

Paediatric Occupational Therapy intervention can include sensory-based intervention, self-care skills, development of motor and social skills, environmental adaptations, and parent and caregiver education. Children learn best through play, which is why our interventions are often designed to be play-based, allowing children to engage and express themselves in a safe and enjoyable environment.

Occupation Therapy Interventions can involve:

  • Physical, sensory, cognitive and emotional functioning
  • Self-care skills
  • Motor skills
  • Social skills
  • Environmental adaptations
  • Parent and caregiver education

Our Process

Step 1

Referral information is collected from parents/carers or school by our admin team and reviewed by our specialist clinicians.

Step 2

The assessment is conducted by a skilled therapist that will utilise a range of standardised assessments, informal observations, informal discussion with parent/carer or teaching staff. Assessment tools are selected by the therapist and are delivered at an appropriate level for the child or young person to access.

Step 3

The clinicians will provide feedback and recommendations for next steps where appropriate.