Children and young people's occupational therapy service
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Update posted: 6 April 2020 

To support the increased demand for critical care due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Trust has made a number of temporary changes to our children and young people’s services to ensure that staff can be redeployed to areas where they are most needed and patient safety is not compromised. These changes are in line with NHS England and Government guidelines. Please click here for full details about the changes to the services provision for the families we care for. 

Support information:
Please click here to access an information sheet from occupational therapy  with information to support families during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Recent news

We have updated our Primary Resource Pack Activity Ideas - take a look for some new suggestions.

Parent talks

We offer parent talks on the following topics: Transition to Secondary School, Understanding sensory techniques & the ‘Alert Principle’ and Tips for developing handwriting skills at venues in Aylesbury, Amersham and Wycombe.
A revised schedule of dates for talks for 2019 will be published soon.
If you have any Questions please email: CYPOT@buckshealthcare.nhs.uk

Feedback

"Dear OT,  I just wanted to thank you for all your support and work done. I really do appreciate it... I would just like to thank you for your support" - from another Professional

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zero to five
five to eleven
eleven plus

Early years

This section provides information to support children up to the age of 5 years with functional difficulties relating to their development.

This could include feeding, dressing and play.

Primary

This section provides information to support children of primary school age with functional difficulties relating to both their home and school needs.

This could include handwriting, concentrating in class, or difficulty with self care.

Secondary

This section provides information to support young people from the age of 11 years with functional difficulties relating to school, home and leisure activities.

This could include difficulties with organisation, tool use, and co-ordinating movements.

Professionals

This section provides information to other professionals working with children and young people regarding the services we offer.

Resources

This section is for families who have been referred to our service.

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