Tiny Tackers Therapy
The team at Tiny Tackers Therapy provide assessment and therapy for your child. Occupational Therapists look at everyday activities that your child completes. This includes activities that you or your child needs to do for their learning, or activities that they want to do. Occupations or activities are broken down into three areas;
- Self-care: everyday activities, children do (or parents do for their children) to look after themselves like eating, dressing and toileting.
- Work/Productivity: Work for a child includes Kindergarten or School skills, including writing, drawing, using scissors and glue, organising themselves and their materials within the classroom, and following steps to an activity.
- Play/Leisure: Includes learning how to play with toys or other children, taking turns in small and large groups, following rules of structured games, and pretend play.