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Occupational Therapy

 
The primary goal for Occupational Therapy is to enable people to participate in the activities of everyday
life' (www.otaus.com.au) For an Occupational Therapist, working with children, this includes assisting children to participate in the following activities:
@ Play (including social skills and motor coordination )
@ School/kindy/daycare (including the ability to attend /focus on task)
@ Self care taskstoileting/dressing/eating
@ Fine motor tasks cuttng/drawing/writing
In Term 4 2016 Janine Moore is at Palmwoods State School on a Tuesday and would be happy to provide you with more information about any of the topics above. She can be contacted via the office.