“My daughter’s OT is helping her with being able to shower and dress herself better.”
“My therapist is helping me with my skills in picking up and holding objects.”
Occupational therapy aims to improve children’s independence in their everyday lives, so that they have the confidence to engage in activities, spend time with their peers and take part in their local community however they like.
Occupational therapy for children can help with the following conditions:
- Difficulties with sensory processing
- Injuries or birth defects
- Burn injuries
- Behavioural issues
- Mental health problems
- Learning difficulties
- Spina bifida
- Multiple sclerosis
- Cerebral palsy
- Developmental delays or intellectual disabilities
- Motor skills deficits
Youth Living Skills is the right therapy provider for you because:
We can provide regular therapy, or can conduct assessments (e.g. sensory or wheelchair assessments).
Contact us now to find out how we can help your child!