What Is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational therapy is an allied health profession that works with the whole person Through individual and group services within home, workplace and community to support optimal health and wellbeing through active participation in life. Occupation can be roles in the family or community, activities of daily living, work, play and things that make life meaningful and purposeful.
I have NDIS funding, can I be seen by you?
Yes. If your NDIS funding is self managed or plan managed. I also accept private pay.
What does a session look like?
We have goals that are created with the child and caregiver. Through fun motivating activities and some hard work we aim towards achieving the goals supporting development, skill acquisition, self regulation, use of strategies and learned processes. I prefer a natural environment for the child such as the home, school or playground. This supports carry over and provides oppertunities to collaborate with caregivers and other important people in the child’s life. Depending on the child’s goals and interests we will use games and activities to support development and encourage active participation with the caregivers.
How do I contact you?
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org
To set up an inquiry call.
Do I need a referral or diagnosis to see you?
You do not need a referral from your GP however your GP or family health nurse is a good place to start if you have concerns with your child’s development.
Where can I be seen?
Your child can be seen within the home, community or at their school (providing permission and current restrictions and regulations)