Understanding Paediatric Occupational Therapy

Occupational Therapy (OT) is a vital service in paediatric care, designed to empower children to master everyday tasks and activities. It’s particularly beneficial for children who face challenges with physical, sensory, or cognitive tasks. Paediatric OT focuses on enhancing a child’s ability to participate in daily life, from self-care to play and school activities.

Why Paediatric OT Matters:

The benefits of paediatric OT extend beyond the therapy sessions. Children who engage in OT often show improved performance in school, better interactions with family and friends, and a greater sense of self-confidence. By mastering key life skills, they are better equipped to face the challenges of growing up.

Paediatric Occupational Therapy is more than just treatment; it’s a journey towards independence and confidence. At LEAP Centre, we’re committed to supporting this journey, helping each child develop the skills they need for everyday success. If you’re considering OT for your child, our team is here to guide you through the process and celebrate every milestone along the way.