Occupational therapy

What is Occupational therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) helps people improve their ability to do everyday tasks that are important to them. At Pace, OT is about helping children and babies become more independent by overcoming challenges relating to daily life activities. These include play, learning, dressing, eating and going to sleep.

 

We support their physical development as well as helping them to manage their emotional regulation and how they use their senses to understand the world around them (this is know as Sensory Processing).

 

We see children’s potential – and love to celebrate their achievements.

 

Occupational therapy includes

Assessment
Intervention
Advice