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Occupational Therapy 

Occupational Therapy aims to increase a child's independence with childhood occupations, such as play, self-care, and school-related tasks. The primary areas of focus are motor coordination, sensory processing, and attention.
In Occupational Therapy, we work on: 
  • Core strengthening and coordination

  • Early fine motor skills, such as using fasteners 

  • Later fine motor skills, including handwriting

  • Improving emotional regulation

  • Reducing the impact of sensory challenges in daily life

Nursery Play
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