Occupational therapy services address skill development in an activity-based setting. Children are seen individually or in small groups outside of the classroom. Therapeutic intervention is used to augment the school curriculum to develop those underlying skills important for learning. Such skills include, but are not limited to:

• Social skills development
• Sensory-motor processing
• Visual motor and visual perceptual skills
• Fine motor coordination
• Activities of daily living                                                                                                

Consultation with teachers and staff is provided to further integrate therapeutic goals into the student’s daily programme.