Children's Occupational Therapy

Children’s Occupational Therapists (OT’s) help children achieve skills needed for home and school independence and also skills needed to play and enjoy interests; OT’s work to enable children and young people to contribute as fully as possible alongside their peers and develop skills in preparation for adult life roles.

What services are available?

What services are available?

We offer initial assessments, reviews, group and individual intervention.  As well as a monthly drop in clinic.
All children are seen under specific pathways, Assistive Technology, Upper Limb, Special Educational Needs, Special Schools, Pre-School, Mainstream physical/medical and Mainstream co-ordination.

Where are we based?

Most of our initial assessments, groups or individual interventions are based at the Kaleidoscope Children’s centre in Catford, but we also travel to schools and home to see our children and young people.

Accordion style

Goals are set with the child and their parents, along with teaching staff and others relevant professionals.  The goals are aimed at increasing independence, participation or confidence carrying out daily occupations/activities which are agreed as being important.

Accordion style

Goals are set with the child and their parents, along with teaching staff and others relevant professionals.  The goals are aimed at increasing independence, participation or confidence carrying out daily occupations/activities which are agreed as being important.

Accordion style

Goals are set with the child and their parents, along with teaching staff and others relevant professionals.  The goals are aimed at increasing independence, participation or confidence carrying out daily occupations/activities which are agreed as being important.

Accordion style

Goals are set with the child and their parents, along with teaching staff and others relevant professionals.  The goals are aimed at increasing independence, participation or confidence carrying out daily occupations/activities which are agreed as being important.