WHAT IS OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY? 

Occupational therapy is focused on the development, maintenance, or rehabilitation of skills which impact and individuals ability to participate in activities which they want or need to do as part of day to day life. It is activity focused, using meaningful occupation as tools for therapy.

Occupational therapists use assessment tools to help understand the functional difficulties a child is facing at school, home or in the community in order to provide intervention which may focus around the development of skills, or adaptation of an activity or environment.

Occupational Therapy can help with the following:

  • Fine motor Skills

  • Gross Motor skills

  • Organisation skills

  • Sensory Processing skills

  • Activities of daily living, e.g. dressing or toothbrushing

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