Occupational Therapy

As qualified allied health professionals, our Occupational Therapists work with children of all ages and abilities to assist with activities in all aspects of life. At Inclusive Directions we believe that every child’s needs are individual. We make it our mission to help parents and carers understand their children, and for children to understand themselves and their unique abilities and needs. Our approach is individual, family-centered, child focused and developmentally appropriate.

Our services include.

  • fine motor skills
  • gross motor skills and motor planning
  • behavioural issues and positive behaviour support
  • relationship and attachment difficulties
  • anxiety, OCD, eating disorders
  • social skills
  • play and social skills
  • school-related needs
  • emotional and sensory regulation
  • attention and concentration
  • equipment needs
  • feeding
  • routines for independent self-care

What make our service unique?

The range of services we provide are specifically tailored to meet our clients’ needs.
Our team of dedicated professionals provide children with fun and engaging experiences where they can enjoy themselves and learn at the same time. Most importantly our staff share their knowledge and insights with caregivers so that they can learn and grow in confidence too.

No pre-set programs.

Each child’s program is formulated for their own unique needs and interests.
We pride ourselves on taking a holistic, yet individualized approach to assessing, consulting, treating and collaborating with our clients and their families. Our service has been designed to ultimately help improve the way you and your child process and understand the world. Our priority is the provision of a comprehensive, coordinated service where we include the whole team so that we can develop the best approach for you and your child.

We will work closely with you and the important people in your child’s life (ie. teachers, grandparents, babysitters) to ensure that our therapy principles, programs and interventions are incorporated into everyday activities.
All children are seen in therapy with the parents/carers so that the children feel safe and so that parents/carers can have their questions answered immediately and continue to support this learning at home.

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