Intervention uses a range of approaches. The selection of these depends on the findings from the assessment.
All treatment is provided on an individual basis.
Therapy may include:
- Sensory integration therapy
- rehabilitation following an accident, injury or surgery
- motor skill development
- development of fine motor skills
- gross motor skills - balance, coordination, muscle tone, body awareness
- visual motor skills
- visual perceptual skills
- handwriting development
- independent living skills
- self care skills
- community living skills
- play and development
- specialist equipment
Other intervention includes:
- Advice on sensory diets, classroom layout and design, adapting activities, equipment.
- School and home programmes to develop skills.
- Early intervention.
- Recommendations for exam concessions.
- Preparation of reports.
- Consultation on classroom and child care settings to include children with special needs.
- Expert occupational therapy reports - special educational needs tribunals, quantum.