Occupational Therapists (OTs) work with children who have difficulties with the practical skills necessary for their everyday life. An Occupational Therapist will aim to enable the child to be as independent as possible.
Occupational Therapists use a range of formal and informal assessments, to gather information on daily living (play) skills, fine motor skills, perceptual skills and sensory abilities.
Physiotherapists assess and manage children and young people with physical difficulties. The aim of the physiotherapist is to help the child/young person reach their full potential through providing physical intervention, advice and support.
Therapy assistants work with the OT’s and Physiotherapists to deliver treatment programmes to children and issue equipment.
Our administrator assists with enquiries, manages the clinic appointments and referrals to the service.
Our manager is responsible for the service we provide to you and your child.