Paediatric Occupational Therapy
you can find out more about us and what we do here a list of services that we provide and more information about them a place we provide additional resources and downloadable documents please go to this page to make contact with us we have provided many links to give you additional information, you can find them here

Useful links for additional information

National Autistic Society website the Autism UK website
the Autism Research Institute website the Pact for Autism website

Autism

We have tried to get together what we considered to be the best resources we could possibly find on the internet. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the National Autistic Society website, the website of Autism UK, The website for the Autism Research Institute and the website of Pact for Autism.
 

 

the addiss adhd information services website the National Institute of Mental Health website
the ADHD internet links project website the ADHD europe website

ADHD

We have tried to get together what we considered to be the best resources we could possibly find on the internet. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the ADDiSS website, the website of the NIMH, The website for the ADHD links project and the website of ADHD Europe.
 

 

the Dyspraxia Foundation website NHS information on Dyspraxia
dyspraxia foundation usa the dysTALK Dyspraxia forum

Dyspraxia / DCD

We have tried to get together what we considered to be the best resources we could possibly find on the internet. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the Dyspraxia Foundation websites (both here and in the US), the Dyspraxia information pages on the NHS website and Dyspraxia Kids.
 

 

the national dissemination center for children with disabilities website the Contact a Family website
the National Library of Medicine the Cambridge University Hospitals website

Developmental Delay

We have tried to get together what we considered to be the best resources we could possibly find on the internet. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the National Dissemination Center for Children with Disabilities website, the Contact a Family website, relevant research on the website for the National Library of Medicine and My Child Without Limits.
 

 

SPD Foundation website a fantastic Sensory processing information site
the Australian Sensory Processing Disorder website a great source of information, the University of Kansas Sensory Processing website

Sensory Processing

We have tried to get together what we considered to be the best resources we could possibly find on the internet. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the SPD Foundation website, a Sensory processing information site, The website for SPD Australia and the Child Mind Institute.
 

 

The Sky badger website a great place for additional info the Netbuddy website for swapping practical tips and information on all aspects of supporting people with learning disabilities
Sibs, for brothers and sisters of disabled children and adults Special Kids in the UK, offering friendship and support and bringing families together
help and information
There are many support groups, charities and information sites out there, from local community groups that have been set up to provide information, to national charity organisations. We have tried to provide links to those we feel give the best information and support. If you think there is something that should be here but isn't then please use our Contact page. The logos on the left will take you to the Sky Badger website, Mencap, Sibs and Special Kids in the UK.
 

 

some highly recommended Behaviour Analyists some highly recommended Speech and Language Therapists
some highly recommended physiotherapists some highly recommended legal teams
other professionals
Parents in need of an Occupational Therapist frequently require additional expertise from related professional areas. Where possible we have built up a list of those we trust who are capable of providing first class services for your child. You will find links here to Applied Behaviour Analysts, Speech and Language Therapist, Physiotherapists and Legal teams. If you are aware of anybody you feel should be mentioned here but isn't, then, please get in touch with us on our contact page.
 
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