- Sensory Profile™ Assessment
- Education Health Care Plan (EHCP) where there is an Occupational Therapy need identified
- Self care – tasks can include; feeding, dressing, washing and grooming.
- Handwriting – pre writing skills, letter formation, pencil grip, fluency and alternatives to writing.
- Visual perception – this is the brain’s ability to understand and interpret what we can see and is important for everyday skills such as reading, writing, completing puzzles, and finding a certain toy in the toy box.
- Motor Coordination skills
- Upper limb and fine motor skills
- Seating and postural management
- Organisational skills –getting prepared for the day, or to partake in a specific task such as making a snack.
- Advice for adaptations to homes, schools and nurseries
- Equipment assessments – this can include seating, specialist beds and sleep systems, as well as smaller aids to help with independence within the home and school environments, for example different cutlery, pencil grips, scissors …….. and many more.
- Getting out and about within the local community
We can set up and/or carry out individual programs to work towards specific goals, working with teachers and support staff to incorporate Occupational Therapy into your child’s daily routine.
Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss any other areas not mentioned in the above list as we may be able to help.