"Let's learn with and from others!"
Working on challenges with peers experiencing similar difficulties, is not only enjoyable but can result in greater results as children share their strategies and learn from each other. During group therapy, your child will also develop a sense of belonging and will be given the opportunity to discover that their peers have problems they thought were unique to themselves.
At Child Development, our psychologists and occupational therapists lead different age-based therapy groups targeting common challenges experienced by children using evidence-based approaches.
Therapy groups currently being offered:
Who would benefit from group therapy?
Children with fine and gross motor difficulties
Children with difficulties in handwriting
Children who struggle to pay attention
Children with sensory processing challenges
Children who are fussy eaters
Children experiencing social difficulties
Children struggling coping with their strong feelings
Children struggling with motivation and initiating tasks
Get in touch with us and we will advise you on which is the best suited
therapy group for your child based on their age and challenges.
Assessment and Intervention
The Child Development team can be contacted via the email link below: