What is occupational therapy?
Occupational therapists treat people of all ages with physical, mental and social impairments and help them maintain, improve or regain their individual ability to act in all areas of life.
In doing so, we work together with other health care professions - the focus of occupational therapy is on practicing everyday actions, training motor skills, and task solving to promote concentration and attention, for example.
What is speech therapy?
Speech therapists treat people with disorders of speech, language, voice, swallowing and auditory perception. They also work to improve communication.
How do I get occupational therapy/speech therapy?
In order for you or your child to receive occupational therapy or speech therapy, you will need a doctor's prescription. In addition, we also offer private services that we provide without a prescription on a private bill.