Our occupational therapists help children and adults with disability participate in everyday life.

What is occupational therapy?

The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the ‘occupations’ of everyday life. This include things like self-care tasks, household tasks, work and participation in hobbies and interests.

Occupational therapists work collaboratively with people of all ages to help them live their life to the fullest by providing equipment, technology, changes to daily tasks and activities, or strategies to enable them to do the things that are meaningful to them.

Our Occupational Therapy Services

Working as part of therapy teams, our qualified occupational therapists help people with disability participate in daily activities, increase their independence and achieve their goals in life.

Areas that our occupational therapists can provide support include:

  • Self-care (e.g. bathing, dressing, brushing teeth)
  • Cognitive skills (e.g. attention, memory, problem-solving)
  • Fine motor skills (e.g. writing, holding cutlery, fastening buttons)
  • Gross motor skills (e.g. crawling, walking, standing, throwing)
  • Daily living skills (e.g. cooking, cleaning, budgeting)
  • Eating and drinking
  • Sensory processing
  • Emotional regulation
  • Play and socialising
  • Mental health
  • Employment
  • Rehabilitation following injury or illness
A young man down syndrome using a binding machine as a therapist looks on

Our occupational therapy services are available to people of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual, neurological and physical disabilities. Services  are tailored to the needs of each individual and can include:

  • Assessments
  • Strategies to develop new skills
  • Modifying tasks to make them more manageable
  • Making changes to home, school, work and community environments
  • Identifying aids and equipment that can assist

Services can be provided at home, school, the workplace, in our clinics and in community settings.

To protect the health of our staff, customers and community, we’re currently providing most of our therapy services online and over the phone. We call this Teletherapy. Learn about Teletherapy.

Our occupational therapists help children and adults with disability participate in everyday life.

What is occupational therapy?

The primary goal of occupational therapy is to enable people to participate in the ‘occupations’ of everyday life. This include things like self-care tasks, household tasks, work and participation in hobbies and interests.

Occupational therapists work collaboratively with people of all ages to help them live their life to the fullest by providing equipment, technology, changes to daily tasks and activities, or strategies to enable them to do the things that are meaningful to them.

Our Occupational Therapy Services

Working as part of therapy teams, our qualified occupational therapists help people with disability participate in daily activities, increase their independence and achieve their goals in life.

Areas that our occupational therapists can provide support include:

  • Self-care (e.g. bathing, dressing, brushing teeth)
  • Cognitive skills (e.g. attention, memory, problem-solving)
  • Fine motor skills (e.g. writing, holding cutlery, fastening buttons)
  • Gross motor skills (e.g. crawling, walking, standing, throwing)
  • Daily living skills (e.g. cooking, cleaning, budgeting)
  • Eating and drinking
  • Sensory processing
  • Emotional regulation
  • Play and socialising
  • Mental health
  • Employment
  • Rehabilitation following injury or illness
A young man down syndrome using a binding machine as a therapist looks on

Our occupational therapy services are available to people of all ages who have Autism Spectrum Disorder, intellectual, neurological and physical disabilities. Services  are tailored to the needs of each individual and can include:

  • Assessments
  • Strategies to develop new skills
  • Modifying tasks to make them more manageable
  • Making changes to home, school, work and community environments
  • Identifying aids and equipment that can assist

Services can be provided at home, school, the workplace, in our clinics and in community settings.

To protect the health of our staff, customers and community, we’re currently providing most of our therapy services online and over the phone. We call this Teletherapy. Learn about Teletherapy.
A young man with down syndrome using a laminator as a therapist watches

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