Occupational Therapy (OT) can help a child/young person
participate in the activities within their daily lives that they
need to do and/or want to do. Working closely with families and
schools, an OT may provide interventions depending on the
individual's needs and goals. Please see our Top Tips
documents for some ideas.
Occupational Therapy can help with:
OT advice may look at techniques, equipment and/or positioning
OT can provide advice and training to enable your child to
participate in play activities such as:
We have designed some additional Skills for Living resource
packs for your use to help give some additional advice, information
and strategies. Please see the links below:
"The OT service gives great and useful advice."