Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy is the applied science of helping people achieve their goals in daily activities. The role of an Occupational Therapist is to help people of all ages and stages in life build skills, leverage tools and gain support that makes the life we imagine ourselves living easier to reach. Occupational Therapy for families and children relates to school readiness skills, learning potential and relationship development within the family unit.
Our Occupational Therapist have unique interests and strengths in learning which allows them to provide a wide variety of interventions and strategies to support individuals and families alike. They work within a developmental neuroscience framework, which means that they aim to address the foundations of a problem, and while these abilities are building, they provide support to boost coping strategies.

Occupational Therapy can help with the following concerns:
  • Autism
  • Challenging Behaviours
  • Confidence
  • Coordination Disorder
  • Developmental Delay
  • Early Intervention
  • Emotional Regulation
  • Fine Motor
  • Fussy Eating
  • Gross Motor
  • Handwriting
  • Learning Difficulties
  • Memory
  • Self-Regulation
  • Sensory Processing
  • Sequencing
  • Social Skills

Our Occupational Therapy Team