Individual and Group Therapy Sessions

Individual and Group Therapy Sessions from AIM Occupational Therapy

By: AIM Occupational Therapy  15-Jan-2011
Keywords: Therapy, Children, Medicare


Individual and group occupational therapy services are available to families. Partnerships with schools are also available to enable schools to provide selected occupational therapy services to students during school hours for a subsidised fee.

Individual Therapy
These sessions are run one on one with a child to reach the child’s goals developed in the initial assessment. Parents are encouraged to attend each session but are not required to. Sessions usually run for 50 mins but shorter sessions are available.

Group Therapy
Groups are run during the school term and holidays by an Occupational Therapist however, several groups are run with other therapists such as Speech Pathologists, Behavioural Therapists, Psychologists and Occupational Therapy Assistants.

- Comic Club (8 wks) This group is aimed at 10 – 18 year olds with Autism Spectrum Disorder who enjoy making and/or reading comics. The group focuses on fun, friendships, social skills and social support. Saturdays 2 - 3.15pm

- Kindy /Pre-Primary (8 wks) This group will help to develop their Kindy and Pre-Primary skills. It focuses on the skills required to follow a routine, interact with peers, draw, cut, play, learn early concepts, and early sports skills. Thursdays 4-5pm. Thursdays 3-4pm Special Needs Group.  

-   Life Skills (8 wks) This program is aimed at high school students with special needs who have difficulty in life skills and accessing the community. It develops skills in becoming independent (self care skills, shopping, money skills, cooking, using the phone, using public transport) and getting organised (using timetables, maps) Saturdays 2 - 3.30pm

Keywords: Adhd, Attention Deficit Disorder, Autism Spectrum, Better Start for Chidlren With Disability, Cerebral Palsy, Children, Down Syndrome, Fahcsia Funding, Handwriting Groups, Medicare, Occupational, Occupational Therapy, Social Skills, Therapy,

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