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Is your child experiencing any of the following?

  • Coordination issues

  • Inability to stay focussed and having issues with concentration

  • Needing assistance with fine motor skills, e.g. handwriting, holding scissors

  • Needing assistance with gross motor skills, e.g. poor muscle control and coordination

  • Not able to self-care, e.g. independent toileting, self-feeding

  • Sensory processing difficulties, e.g. movement, sight, touch, smell, taste

  • Excessive activity or movement

 

If your child is experiencing any of the above, this may lead to challenges with day-to-day activities at home, school, or in the community. Our Occupational Therapist will take into consideration the individual needs of your child and work in a family-centred way. 

Occupational
Therapy

Occupational Therapy Info Sessions

These sessions are FREE and open to parents, teachers, carers and anyone interested to learn more about how Occupational Therapy can help a child’s development throughout their childhood stages.

Session Dates and Topics:

 

  • Thursday June 13th 5:30pm - Fine Motor

  • Thursday June 27th 5:30pm - Gross Motor

  • Thursday July 11th 5:30pm - Play

  • Thursday July 25th 5:30pm - Fine Motor

  • Thursday August 8th 5:30pm - Sensory

  • Thursday August 22nd 5:30pm - Social skills

Sessions are hosted by our Registered Occupational Therapy team. 

We understand that as parents, carers, and educators, life gets busy. Therefore, we are hosting these sessions online so you can join in wherever you are!

We look forward to seeing you there. Please register via the webform in the next section. 

Info Session Registration Form

Sign up by completing the form below.

I would like to learn about (you may select more than one):

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You will receive an email with access details shortly.

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Occupational
Therapy

Occupational therapy enables people to participate in activities they find meaningful. These activities include taking care of oneself (and others), working, volunteering, and participating in hobbies, interests and social events.

Occupational therapists (OTs) prescribe devices to help you do the activities you want and need to do. They will make sure you can use the device in the best way to meet your needs.

Occupational Therapy Australia 2020

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