Your child might benefit from Occupational Therapy if they:

  • Have difficulty with everyday activities like eating, dressing, or carrying out personal hygiene tasks like toileting.
  • Struggle with school tasks e.g. sitting, concentrating, writing or drawing.
  • Need help developing their imaginative or social play skills.
  • Have problems with sensory processing – coping with sounds, noises, smells and tastes.
  • Struggle with their emotions and how to show them appropriately.
  • Experience challenges with elements of their behaviour.

Our highly experienced Occupational Therapists can help your child develop independent living skills in order to participate to the best of their ability in daily life. One way they achieve this is by assessing all areas of your child’s development including:

  • Thinking
  • Learning
  • Play
  • Sensory processing
  • Gross motor skills
  • Fine motor skills

They also explore your child’s natural environments, including physical or social barriers that can make their life difficult, and can suggest ways of improving or adapting these.

Learn more

Macedon Ranges: Call 5421 1680 or email intake.ph@scchc.org.au

Sunbury: Call 9744 4455 or email admin@scchc.org.au

Visit us at 49 Forest Street Woodend or 12-28 Macedon Street Sunbury

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