“Play is the work of children. It’s very serious stuff.” – Bob Keeshan Play is regarded by Occupational Therapists as the occupational or life role of infants and children, where children learn, engage and make sense of their world. Have[...]

Sensory Processing

Everybody processes sensory input. Sensory processing is the way that our bodies take in information through our senses, and puts it together with previous information, memories and knowledge in order for us to be able to understand, react and interact[...]


Handwriting is one of the many skills that OT’s support children with. There are many ways to work on handwriting without actually writing words (you don’t always need a pencil to work on writing!). This might include developing hand strength,[...]

Toilet Training

Toilet training is a big milestone in every child’s life and an activity of daily living that OT’s support children with.   Some children are able to achieve this milestone seemingly overnight,   but it is far more common for it to[...]

What is Paediatric Occupational Therapy?

Paediatric Occupational Therapists (OT’s) help children and adolescents to develop independence in all areas of their lives and improve their ability to do the everyday things they want or need to do. What skills can OT’s help with? Fine motor[...]
Register Your Interest ActiveAte for 2019

ActiveAte program for kids with ASD is designed to create health and well-being through fun physical activity and mealtime strategies developed by Kids Are Kids! Read more about the program here