Our occupational therapists work with you and your child to promote independence in activities. This means working on skills such as fine and gross motor movements, pencil grip, drawing or handwriting, self-care tasks, self-regulation, attention and play skills. They can also provide support with any sensory preferences or aversions your child may have, such as sensitivities to sound, texture, smell or movement which may impact their ability to carry out tasks. We use a play based, developmental approach to our sessions, and believe this is key to engagement and success.
Our therapists work together with the child and their family to address the following areas of concern: