Does your child need support with:
– Concentration or learning difficulties?
– Drawing, handwriting or cutting with scissors?
– Learning to spell, read and sight word retention?
– Learning to dress or use utensils such as spoons, knives and forks?
– Memory skills?
– Coordinating body movement when skipping, running or playing ball games?
– Playing with toys such as puzzles, building blocks and beads?
– Social or communication skills?
Kids OT provides specialised Paediatric Occupational Therapy and intervention for children, their families and teachers. Working in a fun and positive environment, our experienced therapists work with children and adolescents in overcoming learning and developmental issues and assist them to function confidently, optimally and independently.
Our Paediatric Occupational Therapists focus on developing a wide range of skills, which are fundamental in facilitating academic learning and enable children to carry out their life roles to their maximum potential. These skills include, but are not limited to: fine motor and handwriting skills, gross motor skills, visual perception, information processing, sensory processing, attention, social development and general development.
Occupational Therapists at KidsOT are registered Medicare Providers. There are various Medicare Schemes that may provide partial reimbursement for occupational therapy services. These schemes require enrolment by your GP or your paediatrician.
KidsOT is an approved Better Start provider. Better Start Funding can be used to pay for services at KidsOT. Please note that an admin charge will apply to all Better Start Funding claims.
KidsOT is an approved FaHSIA provider. FaHCSIA Funding can be used to pay for services at KidsOT. Please note that an admin charge will apply to all FaHCSIA claims.
Occupational Therapy, Interactive Metronome and group programs are claimable through private health insurance.
“Understanding SPD in Children”
Is your child very busy, a picky eater, not aware of getting hurt, afraid of swimming, having a hard time calming themselves or appearing to be constantly moving around? These are just a few of the signs that your child may have SPD. During the workshop, we will go through causes, symptoms, therapies and activities that help retrain the senses.
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|Free Drop-In Clinic|
|Kids OT and Speech Pathology have teamed up to offer a free joint OT/Speech TALKshop Pathology Drop-In clinic for the local community.
Located at Suite 13, Forestway Shopping Centre, the clinic operates from 2:30-3:15pm on the 1st and 3rd Thursday every month, excluding school holiday periods and public holidays.
No bookings necessary. All questions welcome!