Our occupational therapists help your children move, play and succeed
in their daily life.

What we do

Occupational therapists help children to take part in everyday activities, movement and learning. This includes activities like climbing and walking, drawing and writing, getting dressed and helping around the home.

Occupational therapists also help children to play with others.

Who we care for

Babies and children aged 0-7 years.

How to access this service

You can ask for this service by calling the Central Referral Service on 1800 600 681.

An administration officer will gather some information from you and pass your request on to the occupational therapy team.

There may be waiting times for occupational therapy services.

Service Providers please refer your clients using our referral form.  We will confirm acceptance of your referral following receipt and review of eligibility.

Frequently asked questions

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We can help if you have questions about your child’s development.

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