Occupational Therapy
Provides therapy to children across four developmental
areas, working on functioning, participation and engagement,
for the things children want, need and have to do
(play, self-cares and learning).

Picture
  
   1) Developing hand muscles
   2) Gaining Hand strength
   3) Developing grasps, including pincer grasp
   4) Holding a pen correctly
   5) Writing skills
   6) Scissor Skills

Picture
  1) Balance
  2) Core Strength
  3) Postural Control
  4) Catching
  5) Aiming
  6) Muscle Growth
  7) Running


Picture
   1) Toileting
  2) Dressing
  3) Eating
  4) Showering/Bathing
  5) Brushing Teeth
  6) Sleep
  7) Routine
  8) Learning to use utensils
  9) Diet


Picture
  1) Understanding senses
  2) Emotional Regulation
  3) Triggers
  4) Behaviour
  5) Attention
  6) Learning
  7) Tolerating messy play
  8) Eating challenges
  9) Seeking, avoiding, sensitivity and/or low registration



What else is offered?
  • Positive Behaviour Therapy
  • Mental health support, Autism, ADHD, Intellectual Disability, Anxiety.....
  • Parenting Support
  • Connecting Together services, e.g mental health services, schools, and family
  • Key Worker Family support
  • Emotional Regulation therapy
  • Social skills therapy
  • Resources, including visuals made for home, sensory products, writing resources, toys and books
  • Transition to school support
  • Community groups, workshops and presentations