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Occupational Therapists support children and adults with neurodiverse conditions such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, and others. We work to empower neurodiverse individuals to leading fulfilling lives by addressing their unique challenges and building on their strengths.

  • Individualised assessment and intervention: assessing each client's strengths and challenges, setting goals, developing individualised intervention plans

  • Sensory processing: supporting clients to develop strategies to manage sensory sensitivities and sensory seeking behaviours to improve their comfort and engagement in daily activities

  • Life skills and independence: assisting individuals in developing essential life skills, including self-care, communication, social interaction, and executive functioning skills to enhance their independence and overall quality of life

  • Social skills training: providing social skills training to help clients improve their ability to navigate social situations, build relationships, and communicate effectively with others

  • Assistive technology and adaptive tools: recommending and providing assistive technology or adaptive tools to help clients engage in educational, vocational, and recreational activities

  • Employment support: supporting clients to find and maintain employment 

  • Education and advocacy: educating families, caregivers, and communities about neurodiversity and promoting acceptance and inclusion. They advocate for individuals with neurodiverse conditions to assess appropriate services and accommodations.

  • Sensory friendly environments: collaborating with architects and designers to create sensory friendly environments in schools, workplaces, and public spaces that are more accommodating to those with sensory needs.

We're here to help

If you are interested in any of our services, please get in touch

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