Occupational Therapy

What is Occupational Therapy?

Occupational therapists use a whole person perspective to work with individuals, groups and communities to achieve optimal health and wellbeing through participation in the occupations of life.

The term ‘occupation’ is used to describe all the everyday things we do in our life roles, but also the things we do to be who we are, the things we do to create a meaningful life and to engage with wider society and culture.

For more information visit Occupational Therapy Australia.

Occupational Therapy at TLC

TLC provides assessment and therapy for children and adults. Therapy aims to enable children and adults to gain the functional skills they need for independence in play, motor development, self-care, learning, sensory-development and socialisation. Services are available at our Milton and Bay and Basin Centres as well as in schools, day programs and other community settings.