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An occupational therapy assessment looks at the current day to day functioning of the child and family across different environments. During this process we cover activities of daily living, education, social and emotional development and any other areas of concern you may have.


Follow up assessments may be arranged such as a motor assessment of fine motor and gross motor skills, sensory processing assessment, school or child care observation, play skills assessment etc. 

A speech pathology assessment may look at:

  • Receptive Language

  • Expressive Language

  • Speech (Articulation/Phonology)

  • Voice Fluency Social Communication (Pragmatics)

Other areas which may be assessed depending on the presenting difficulties and the age of the client include:

  • Play

  • Feeding

  • Literacy (possibly including phonemic and phonological awareness, reading, writing, and spelling)

From here we work together to set goals in order to find an approach that works for you and your family. This might include a block of individual therapy, development of a home program, participation in group sessions, referral to other services, or our online programs and resources.

Individual Therapy

Together Thriving strongly values the partnerships we develop with families, knowing that the more we work together, the better the outcomes will be.

During individual therapy our occupational therapists and speech pathologists will work with you to set specific goals that, together, we work towards in a set time period i.e. a school term / semester, school holiday period etc.


At the end of that time period together we review the goals to determine progress and, as a team, we explore if further sessions would be helpful, or if there are other avenues that will help meet your child's needs.


Therapy Groups

Together Thriving offers group sessions throughout the school
terms and school holidays working
on goals such as motor skills,
social skills and group participation,
school readiness, self regulation etc.

Online Programs & Resources

Our online courses include a wide variety of topics to help children and their families to thrive in daily living.

Please check out our Programs page for more details.

Our Clinic

What is Occupational Therapy?

As registered Occupational Therapists we work alongside families

to help them to thrive in everyday living.


We have a unique 'occupational' focus, helping children and their families

to work towards their goals and build independence in the

things they need to and want to do everyday.


This includes things such as:


  • Play skills and social participation


  • Daily routine and self care tasks such as bathing, toileting,

tooth brushing, hair brushing and dressing


  • Educational skills such as handwriting, scissor skills

and school readiness


We work not only on specific activities, but also the underlying skills

required for these tasks such as:


  • Fine motor skills

  • Gross motor skills

  • Sensory processing

  • Executive function

  • Building routines

What is Speech Pathology?

Speech pathologists help people to connect with their world through communication.


This can involve helping with:

  • Unclear speech sounds

  • Developing vocabulary / grammar / sentences

  • Understanding language, such as following instructions

  • Supporting social interactions

  • Multimodal communication (eg using pictures, Key Word Sign, communication devices)

  • Stuttering

  • Swallowing / feeding

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