What does an Occupational Therapist do?
- Fine & gross motor skills
- Self-care skills (e.g. feeding & toileting)
- Emotional regulation
- Sensory processing
- Play & social skills
- Readiness for school
- Attention & concentration
- Parenting advice & support
Occupational Therapists play a crucial role in enabling people experiencing disability to identify and implement methods that support their participation in everyday tasks or ‘occupations’. This may include modifying an activity or an environment. This can include participation in community events, work, school and more.
Do I need a referral?
You do not need a referral to attend our service although we are happy to work with medical practitioners and other professionals to ensure the best wholistic care possible.
Where will therapy services be conducted?
Glowing Therapy is predominately a mobile business. We conduct Occupational Therapy services in the safety and comfortable location to suit your needs. This could be at your home, school, workplace, or within the community.
What happens after the assessment?
Following the assessment, our therapists will finalise their assessment notes, and conduct a plan of action that best suits you. A feedback session will be organized to relay the therapists recommendations and assessment results.
Still have a question?
If you cannot find answer to your question in our FAQ, you can always contact us. We will answer to you shortly!