occupational therapy

Empowering You Through Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is a health profession that helps you or your family member develop skills needed for day-to day activities, when these abilities have been hampered by disability, illness, chronic disease, mental health issues, developmental delays, learning problems, the impacts of getting older or other health factors.

People experience life to the fullest through the things they enjoy doing every day- in school, at work, in their homes, or out in the community.

Our therapists are experienced and understand the importance of “independence and engagement in activities/meaningful occupations for our health and wellbeing, therefore will assist you in achieving your goals to living equality life that that you set out to.

Our occupational therapy often involves the following:

  • Identifying meaningful goals with the young person and their family
  • Completing standardised assessments and interventions
  • Working within the young person’s home, school, and community environment
  • Providing education to the young person’s family or carers to consolidate participation and improve performance in day-to-day tasks

Our Occupational Therapists can provide therapy for the following areas:

  • Enhance independence with activities of daily living (e.g. eating, toileting and dressing)
  • Instrumental activities of daily living (e.g. shopping, budgeting, transportation, cooking and home safety)
  • Providing sensory integration therapies to assist with completing daily tasks, self- regulation, and emotional de-escalation
  • Modifying or adapting the environment to improve day to day tasks
  • Enhancing fine motor skills, strength and coordination (e.g. handwriting, typing)
  • Improving information processing and organisation skills
  • Developing social skills and interpersonal interactions

Let us brighten up your day with the care and support you need. Contact us today to learn more about our NDIS services.