How Can Occupational Therapy Help?
Development Areas We Work With
Does your child have difficulties with day-to-day activities at home, school, or in the community? Do they experience challenges that do not affect most typically developing children? If so, we are here to help your child.
Occupational Therapy is a treatment that supports your child and family when they experience difficulties in the following areas.
- Self Care
- Fine Motor and Handwriting
- Gross Motor
- Sensory Processing
- Behaviour and Family Support
- Social, Friendships and Play
- Specific Learning Difficulties
- Regulation and Managing Emotions
Your child might need to see an occupational therapist if they have trouble doing everyday activities because of physical, psychological or emotional problems, developmental delay or intellectual disability.
Occupational Therapists consider many areas of your child’s development, including thinking, emotions, behaviour, sensory processing, social interactions, play, gross motor skills and fine motor skills.
We will focus on your child’s strengths and work in a family-centred way. This means we consider the unique needs of your family when working with your child.
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