Children and young people's occupational therapy service
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This section provides information to support young people from the age of 11 years with functional difficulties relating to school, home and leisure activities, including:

Focusing on key areas

Parent talks

Physical  needs

Here you can access a range of activities and strategies to help build your confidence and become more independent.

Focusing on key areas

It is important to choose the key areas you wish to work on first and concentrate on only one or two things at a time.

OT (occupational therapy) may be able to help you with areas such as:

  • Self-care
  • Organisation and planning
  • Touch typing skills
  • Handwriting
  • Self esteem

Try these strategies with support from your parents and school for the recommended period of time. If you continue to struggle, please complete the referral form on the home page in full and send it to us. Alternatively simply contact us for further advice.

Parent talks

The Occupational Therapists offer talks to any parents over the three cluster sites.  The topics covered include: 'tips for enhancing fine and gross motor skills', 'tips for developing handwriting skills' and 'understanding sensory techniques and the ‘Alert Principle.'

Please click on the above image to find the appropriate talk and date to book a place with the relevant cluster.

Physical needs

Please click here for information about specialist equipment that the OT service in Buckinghamshire can provide, as well as the support available to children and young people with physical disabilities and their families.