Occupational therapy is a branch of medicine that uses activities and play to enhance and develop the skills of individuals so that they can perform better in everyday tasks. These tasks for children include tying shoelaces or dressing, handwriting, playing, throwing and catching and paying attention in class.
All of our experienced paediatric occupational therapists have been specially trained and use the Occupational Therapy process as a guide to treatment.
Our Occupational Therapy Process
The Occupational Therapy process that puts you first enables us to provide you with the most effective treatment and work collaboratively with you to produce clearly defined therapy goals and treatment.
- Information Gathering
- Problem Formulation
- Goal Setting
- Therapy Intervention Planning
- Regular Reviews
- Outcome measurement
- Final Review
2. Information Gathering
4. Problem Formulation
5. Goal Setting
6. Therapy Intervention Planning
8. Regular Reviews
9. Outcome measurement
10. Final Review