Occupational Therapy at Tor Bank School
Occupational therapy in Tor Bank School works in partnership and collaboration with Education. Therapy is delivered within an integrated and collaborative framework where the individual needs of the children are addressed. Joint targets are set with Education and therapy is very much part of the school day.
This may be different to previous experience of OT in community setting. This may often have been a stand alone service or therapy, based in a specialized centre.
Therapy in school is part of a team approach and aims in whatever form to help the child access the curriculum to the best of their ability.
Therapy can be delivered by:
Class based group sessions
Advise and liaison with the wider team
Children may therefore be seen regularly for short periods or on a review basis for a longer period of time.
Therapy may also be carried out in the classroom by education staff.
Children may require a break form therapy to consolidate skills.
Occupational Therapists can help with the following:
Motor Learning disorder
Hand function difficulties
Cognitive and perceptual problems
Self care activities
Adaptations and equipment for home and school
We can be contacted on : 028 95041010
Tor Bank School
5 Dunlady Road