Occupational therapy groups are run during term time after school and during the holidays. There are different themes and content for each group and your occupational therapist will select the group that best fit the needs of the child.
A referral to the groups can be obtained from the allocated occupational therapist and discussed with school staff and parents. We require parents/carers to attend and observe the sessions that are led by the therapists so the strategies can be practised and implemented at home. There are approximately three to four children per group, so individualised attention and strategies can be provided during the sessions.
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