What is Occupational Therapy and how can it help my child?

08/09/2015 - Published by

Occupational Therapy is a way of helping children and young people reach their potential and achieve as much independence as possible in everyday activities at home, in school and in the community.

As specialist Occupational Therapists, we will assess your child, put a programme in place and set goals which are regularly reviewed.

Up to the age of 24, we can help children and young people overcome sensory physical and emotional difficulties and cope with new situations so that they can make the most of their abilities and surroundings.

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