Paediatric Occupational Therapy is a health profession that uses selected activities to prevent or overcome physical, emotional, social and other disabilities in children. It involves the therapeutic use of learning, self-care and play activities to improve the child’s sensory, physical, academic, social and emotional abilities.
Improving children’s independence in activities that occur daily such as dressing, mealtimes, grooming and other tasks performed at home or school.
Play is an essential component of child development. Developing children’s physical abilities, imaginative thinking and social skills means better play skills!
Encouraging and increasing children’s ability to take in and organise information and produce work as independently as possible.
Helping your child be the best that they can be!
Suitable for all children aged 0-18 years.