Occupational therapists provide assessment and therapy for children who are experiencing difficulties in their development and learning. The areas occupational therapists may assess include play skills, self-care skills, feeding skills, sensory processing, gross motor skills, fine motor skills, visual-motor coordination, visual perception, handwriting, social skills and self-esteem.
This indicates that the Occupational Therapist is registered with Medicare to provide rebated sessions via the Chronic Disease Management services with referral via GP
Equip for Life
Tower St West Leederville WA 6007
: 0412 901 754
Equip for Life is a private OT service providing a range of service to families that have a child with a disability, particularly those with complex or multiple disabilities. Services are provided within the home, school, day care or other relevant settings. Services can include: direct intervention, one off consultations, programme development, recreation options and programmes, equipment prescription, home modifications, staff training. Services are available for people of all ages and disabilities. Equip for Life is based in metro Perth, but visits to country areas can be arranged.
Tara Spickett, Laura Brown
10 Elcar Lane JOONDALUP WA 6027
: (08) 9301 1154
We provide clinic, school and home-based OT services to children (0 -16). Our services include individual and group therapy, home programs and equipment prescription. This service aims to maximise children’s potential in gross-motor skills and coordination, fine-motor skills, handwriting, sensory processing, self-care, play, concentration skills and feeding. Registered provider for: - Helping Children with Autism funding - Better Start for Children with Disability funding - Enhanced Primary Care Plans and NDIS. TLC-WA is a multidisciplinary service.
Hayley Storr - Occupational Therapy
14 Patman Road Secret Harbour WA 6173
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Bright Minds Occupational Therapy is a paediatric Occupational Therapy service, providing assessment, intervention and support to children aged 0-18 years with learning challenges, Autism Spectrum Disorder and other sensory and developmental disabilities. We are a mobile service, with bases in Kalgoorlie and Secret Harbour and service surrounding areas of each location. Bright Minds OT aims to provide a country like, friendly, relaxed and professional Service to the communities and families it serves. We are passionate about child development and endeavor to provide the best personalised the
Kern 4 Kids
Mobile within Peel, Murray, Rockingham, Armadale and Applecross regions. Clinic's based in Mandurah and Applecross
: 1300 101 123
Mobile and Clinic Based Occupational Therapy and Speech Pathology
Skillbuilders Therapy Services & Products for Children
Penny Melsom, Maria Rosenius, Caryn Mincherton
Unit 5/2 Queensgate Drive, CANNING VALE, WA 6155 Unit 1/24 Hammond Rd, COCKBURN CENTRAL, WA 6164
: 08 9332 2223 (CanningVale) and 08 9417 4903 (Cockburn Central)
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Skillbuilders has provided family-centred therapy services for children aged 0-18 years for the past 21 years. Our team includes OT, Physio & Speech Therapy. Our centres are based at Cockburn Central and our Leeming practice has just moved to Canning Vale. We provide services in schools, day care centres and homes. Skillbuilders Therapy also includes a large range of products to support children in their development. All these items can be seen at www.skillbuilders.com.au, and also at our Cockburn location. Guidance in equipment selection is available to families from across the state.
64 Finnerty Street KARRINYUP 6018
: (08) 9446 3658
Provide individual therapy services to children, adolescents and university students. Specialise in assessment and intervention with upper primary and high school students. Have extensive experience with assessment and reporting process for (1) high school students needing special provisions in tests and exams; (2) Year 12 students applying to the School Curriculum and Standards Authority (SCSA) for special examination arrangements in WACE exams; and (3) university students requiring special examination arrangements.