FAQs

A Few Of Your Questions Answered

If your child is experiencing sensory integration difficulties; has under developed handwriting, or struggles with physical activities, an O.T. evaluation may be appropriate.

If you have any concerns about your child’s general development and how they are reaching their milestones, and particularly indepdence in those milestones, then give us a call.

These may include physical clumsiness; difficulty learning new movements; activity level unusually high or low; poor body awareness or inappropriate response to touch, movements, sights or sounds.

If your child is experiencing sensory integration difficulties; has under developed handwriting, or struggles with physical activities, an O.T. evaluation may be appropriate.

If you have any concerns about your child’s general development and how they are reaching their milestones, and particularly indepdence in those milestones, then give us a call.

Dyspraxia is an impairment or immaturity of the organisation of movement. It is an inability to carry out non-habitual interaction with the environment. e.g. new tasks. Dyspraxia affects every aspect of life, i.e. behaviour, language, daily living skills, learning and movement.

We understand how debilitating anxiety can be. It impacts every area of your and your child’s life. We are happy to do our initial assessment at home, in cases of extreme anxiety. We will always go at your child’s pace, and ensure that they and yourself are comfortable.

Please show them photos of the clinic, as well as the therapists.

Ask us beforehand if Buster will be working that day, especially if your child is anxious about dogs, so we can keep him away. Alternatively, let us know if you would like a visit from our most popular staff member.

Buster is our own special needs OT dog – he is not a therapy dog as such, but he loves seeing the children. He works especially well with our young adults who have anxiety, since he can be very comforting.

Students wanting to pursue animal care at college benefit from working with him on a 1:1 basis.

Absolutely not. It depends entirely on you and your child.

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