Our occupational therapy services for children and young people supports people to participate daily activities (or occupations) to improve their health, independence and wellbeing.
Occupational therapists will support the child or young person, their family and other relevant people such as teachers, to evaluate challenges and strengths in doing daily activities. This service usually occurs within the child’s natural environment (home, school or other relevant community settings), although specialist assessments may also take place in a clinic.
Find out more about our occupational therapy services for children and young people.
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