Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy

What does an Occupational Therapist do?

Occupational Therapists are health professionals who through a holistic approach are able to assist individuals who may be experiencing delays and difficulties in their development. The primary aim of Occupational Therapists it to help individuals become as independent as possible in all environments. Occupational Therapists may be able to help with:

Attention and concentration including ADHD/ADD

Behavioural Management

Parent and Carer Training

Self-Care and Independence (e.g. feeding, toileting, dressing, bathing)

Fine Motor Difficulties (motor control, motor planning, grasp, handwriting, co-ordination)

Gross Motor Difficulties (muscle control, co-ordination, motor planning, in sequencing and spatial awareness)

Home Modifications

Functional Assessments

Sensory Processing/Integration Difficulties (individuals may have difficulties with processing sensory stimuli)

Visual Perception Issues (tracking, hand/eye co-ordination, scanning, copying, reading, balance)

Eating Difficulties

Social Skills Development

Play Skill Development

School Readiness Programs

SDA/SIL Assessments

AT Technology Prescription

Our Services

What We Offer

Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapists are health professionals who use a holistic approach to  assist individuals who may be experiencing delays and difficulties in their development.

Speech Pathology

Speech Pathologists are health care professionals who assess, diagnose and treat individuals who have  difficulties with speech, communication, eating and swallowing.


Osteopathy is a form of manual healthcare which recognises the important link between the structure of the body and the way it primarily functions.

Behaviour Support

We aim to empower families and support workers to ensure the best quality of life for their family member to reduce the dependence on regulated restrictive practices surrounding their family member.


Dietitians are health care professions who support individuals in creating and reviewing a nutritional meal plan to support your diet choices as well as work with other allied health professionals to manage food.

Allied Health Assistant

Allied Health Assistant’s (AHA’s) work with allied health professionals supporting the implementation of tasks and programs delegated to them by allied health practitioners to maximise the outcomes for the patient.

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