Occupational Therapists play a pivotal role in helping people of all ages and abilities to understand and manage challenges brought about through illness, ageing or accident, so they can continue their everyday occupations. Kent OT develop partnerships with people to make lasting positive changes to their lives, and are very familiar with the particular challenges that manual and powered wheelchairs can bring to someone.
Sarah and Sophie will come alongside you or your loved one without preconception to build a full picture of the unique challenges that may be being experienced. Every person, home environment and illness or injury differ which demands a person-centred, bespoke and empathetic approach. Whether you'd prefer the assessment at home, at your place of education or work, please do send them a message or contact us for more information.
Occupational Therapy for children and young adults can focus more specifically on helping them to grow, learn, have fun, socialise and play so that they can develop, thrive and reach their full potential. A young person's life is formed around many activities (occupations) including self-care, learning, socialising, exercising and playing.
For more information on the various activities Kent OT may be able to help with, click the following link to visit their website: Kent OT for Children and Young Adults