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Occupational Therapy

Our Occupational Therapy Practice is driven by the belief that each individual has the right and capacity to engage in any activity they desire. At Wildflowers we strive to work with the individual to teach them the necessary skills needed to help them find their power and independence in participating in all activities associated with daily living, however most importantly the activities they enjoy! We feel strongly about ensuring our therapy focuses on the individual’s strengths and interests to help build their independence and confidence in activities they find challenging.

At Wildflowers we believe strongly about working with the whole individual, being the family and individuals who surround the client. It is essential that everyone working with the individual is aware of and implementing the same strategies and supports. This provides a consistent and predictable environment allowing the individual to flourish and grow.  

Our therapist’s are highly trained and understand the importance of sensory regulation and effective integration. Sensory integration is our body's ability to register, interpret and respond appropriately to the sensory experiences our body receives from the environment around them. Sensory integration is our foundation for learning and without a well regulated sensory system individuals experience challenges with learning new skills or participating in all environments.




Wildflower’s team of highly skilled and experienced Occupational Therapists have extensive familiarity with a paediatrics caseload and working with children with a variety of diagnosis including:

  • Autism Spectrum Disorder

  • Sensory Processing Disorder

  • Down Syndrome

  • Developmental Delay

  • Cerebral Palsy

  • Complex chromosome disorders

  • ADHD


Wildflower’s team of highly skilled and knowledgeable Occupational Therapists provide

therapy for the following skill areas:

  • Sensory regulation       

  • Self-care skills

  • Fine motor skills

  • Gross motor skills

  • Visual motor skills

  • Play skills

  • Social skills

  • Handwriting

  • Bilateral coordination and motor planning

  • Executive functioning

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