What is Occupational Therapy...
Children’s OT focus on babies, young children and school aged children to enable a them to be as independent as possible in self-care, school work and play, providing specialist assessments to identify the underlying difficulties impacting on a child's function
OT’s work with parents/carers and with the people who know your child best including; teachers, health visitors etc, to enable ‘you’ to support them and help your child achieve their potential at home, school and during play.
Examples of difficulties/conditions treated:
Developmental care advice and assessments for babies born prematurely
Developmental delay e.g. not meeting milestones
Developmental coordination disorder including dyspraxia
Emotional Regulation difficulties
Sensory processing difficulties
Stroke or other neurological conditions
and a range of other conditions
ROAD TO SUCCESS
Complete offer of:
- initial assessments,
- developmental plans
- on-going assessments online or face-to-face
- communication - verbal or in writing with health professionals to support a road to Superstar Therapy success
The road to success can take many directions and support is provided only as required or as requested: One-off, Weekly, Monthly or Anually.