Occupational Therapy

Our occupational therapists assess and treat the difficulties children may experience that make it hard for them to complete activities of daily living and social activities.

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Services include

  • Evidence based practice provides you with the best therapy
  • We assess and treat children 0 - 16 years of age
  • Little to no waiting list

Finding an Occupational Therapist has never been so simple!

  • Specialised staff who receive ongoing training.
  • Supportive team that works together to acheive the same goals.
  • Trusted therapy centre accessed by hundreds of families.

Occupational Therapy Services

Assessment

Assessment of Muscle Strength, Endurance , Range of Motion, Coordination, Bilateral Integration, Fine Motor, Gross Motor, Sensory Motor Integration, Visual/Auditory Processing Skills, Self-Help, Social Skills

Individual Sessions

After assessment, your therapist will discuss goals and implement a therapy plan. The frequency and duration of therapy is centered around what is realistic for families.

Kinder/School Visits

Our therapists will arrange to come out to your child's kinder and school and liaise with their teachers to ensure consistent goals.

Handwriting Group

Chatterbox Handwriting Group will provide a fun, motivating environment for children to work on their handwriting abilities and attention skills.
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Handy Information

When do I see an OT?

This can always be a tough question for parents. How do you decide if your child's difficulties are normal or a sign of something more? It is always recommended that if you feel that something is not right to book for an assessment and get some advice.

What to Expect

Parents are always eager to know what to expect with their child's fine and gross motor milestones. Every child is different and it is important to remember that all developmental steps are a guide only and if you are concerned you should get advice.

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Prewriting Tips

Parents often ask what activities they can do with their child at home in order to improve their writing skills. There are a number of fun activities you can try with your preschoolers to encourage prewriting skills.

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Sensory Disorder - What does it mean?

Occupational therapists work to treat children diagnosed with Sensory Processing Disorder. Often this can be a confusing disorder to understand.

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Contact Us

For more information or to make an appointment,
call us on 03 9467 2642 or
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