Occupational Therapy

Occupational therapy is a rehabilitation therapy that by assessment and intervention enables clients to participate in their meaningful everyday activities. This includes everything from getting dressed in the morning, playing golf, to having the ability to work.


Occupational therapists help their clients achieve their functional goals through exercises, manual therapy, pain relief, and developing adaptive strategies to meet the demands of daily life.

Providing assessment, reports and advice on the following:

  • Sensory assessments and reports to enable management of sensory integration needs and behaviours.

  • Life coaching 

  • Disabled adaptations in line with building regulations

  • Moving and handling advice and solutions

  • Functional assessments

  • Cognitive assessment

  • Assessment of Equipment needs in relation to daily living and environmental access 

  • Special seating/wheelchair assessments