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Occupational Therapy

Early Intervention (Birth to 9 Years)

Thrive offers early childhood, early intervention therapy services for children younger than nine and their families through a Key Worker model. These children have developmental delays or diagnosed disability and capacity building support is provided either in the home or in the community, for example in an early childhood education setting. Occupational therapy works towards increased functional independence and social participation, linking families in with additional supports and providing regular intervention.

Reasonable Adjustments & Special Provisions Assessment (School)

If your child has a significant difficulty with writing, reading, concentration, anxiety, learning or has a physical disability, then they may be a candidate for reasonable adjustments at school including both in the classroom and when undertaking exams. An occupational therapist can assist with your application by conducting an assessment and making recommendations.


Providing services to plan and self-managed NDIS participants 

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