Occupational therapy (OT) provides support to people whose health or disability makes it hard for them to do the things they would like to do.
An occupational therapist can identify your strengths and difficulties, help with solutions, and assist you to take part in everyday life activities. We offer early intervention occupational therapy services for children, providing screenings, observation sessions, assessments, direct intervention, and consultancy services.
We engage in functional and meaningful activities, aimed at improving attention/concentration, fine and gross motor skills, visual perception, self-care skills, or any underlying sensory processing abilities.
Occupational therapists can help you maintain, regain or improve your independence by using different techniques, changing your environment and using new equipment.
OTs work with people of any age and offer child occupational therapy for children to help them do things that ‘occupy’ their time. These can include:
- Enable and support independence
- Increase the ability to function successfully in school or helping out at home
- Be free to participate in social activities
- Be an active contributor in social settings