The Children's Occupational Therapy Service helps children with disabilities participate as fully as possible in their everyday activities. Occupational therapists focus on the abilities needed for school, play and selfcare skills such as: holding pencils, feeding themselves or using a scooter.
The occupational therapy service provides assessment, advice and therapy to develop a child's daily life skills. The team support children with a range of conditions through assessment advice and therapy. They see children at school, home and in community settings.