If participating in a wider variety of occupations (or reducing one occupation that is impeding on other occupations (eg. gaming) throughout the day is a goal of your son/daughter’s OT, a comprehensive history will first be taken, plus a variety of assessments to identify impacting factors prior to a therapy plan being put into place.
Occupational balance is defined as a way of being, rather than a specific activity of task, and achieved by taking part in daily activities that do not overwhelm, and result in feelings of positivity, satisfactions and achievement.
At AIM OT, we take great pride in delivering OT services as unique as your child from Assessment to Intervention to Meeting of goals. If you would like more information about our services or would like to go ahead with a booking, we welcome you to contact us 6150 8339 or firstname.lastname@example.org.