What is all the fuss about jump and climb activities? When I was six, I remember jumping from the roof of my home at Woodville
Sensory Chew Necklace, Chewlery, chewy tube, chewy toys …. And the list goes on! Should I use them or not? As an Occupational Therapist with
For our children, being a school student is often their main occupation. Learning and developing in this space leads to a time of discovery and intrigue for our children, however it can also be a source of challenge for some.
While occupational therapists can do a lot to support your child’s emotional regulation, there are certain cases and circumstances where your treating occupational therapist may refer your child onto a child psychologist for additional support.
But as children, we need to establish the skills, the functional skills, to be able to perform those daily functional tasks with simplicity and ease of transaction. Things like getting dressed, tying shoelaces, showering, having a bath, going to the toilet, cooking, brushing our hair, packing our school bag, and writing.