Occupational Therapy for ChildrenOccupational therapy contributes by maximising the fit between what the student wants and need to do and their capability to do it. Students who perceive that they have control over their environment and can address obstacles are more likely to derive satisfaction from their learning at school.
We have received countless feedback from teachers and parents over the years who are frustrated with existing Occupational Therapy services that remove a child from their natural environment, provide ‘therapy’ in a clinic and assume that the child will slot back into home and school life without any further problems.
THIS RARELY WORKS!
|An Occupational Therapy service is needed that sees students in the school and home environment.