What is Occupational Therapy?
Did you know that children have occupations, just like adults?
Children have tasks they need to complete every day in order to access their world. Tasks like sitting, moving, eating, toileting, dressing, playing, learning, writing and thinking.
Occupational therapy helps children develop the skills necessary to complete daily activities, engage in a range of environments and build independence.
We can help with Fine, Gross and Visual Motor Development
We can help with Handwriting skills
We can help with Self-Care
We can help with Sensory Processing
The ability to interpret and react to information received through the following systems:
We can also help with…
Are You Worried About Your Child’s Communication Skills?
We understand that as a parent, it can be hard to know if your child is on the right track with their communication development. We have provided a range of developmental checklists to give you an idea of what skills are expected at each age.
The Good News Is, We Can Help!
If you are concerned about your child’s communication skills, we recommend starting with an assessment. This provides a clear outline of your child’s strengths, as well as areas in which we can help them grow.
Once we know how your child’s skills are developing, we create a personalised therapy plan to suit their individual needs. If therapy is needed, you can decide whether it is most convenient for your family to attend in clinic, or via online services.