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Children Occupational Therapy Brisbane
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Ready Kids OT

Ready Kids Occupational Therapy provides paediatric Occupational Therapy for children at home, childcare, kindergarten, and school in Brisbane, Logan and Redlands areas. We work on creating fun activities for children to develop their skills. We work closely with parents and teachers to provide practical strategies which can be easily incorporated into everyday home and school life. 

  • Individualised therapy
  • In-home care
  • No additional travel time
  • Mobile therapy support
  • Caring therapists
  • Honest conversations
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How can a Paediatric Occupational Therapist help my child?

Most Common Concerns

Paediatric Occupational Therapists at Ready Kids can help your child if they have difficulties in the following areas. If you are not sure if our occupational therapy services are right for your child, please contact us for a no-obligation phone call.

handwriting
  • Is your child getting upset when they need to write at school?
  • Is your child drawing with both hands?
toileting

✔️ My child is not wanting to poo in the toilet.

✔️ My child does not want to go to unfamiliar toilets.

sitting-with-friends

✔️ My child has difficulty making friends.

✔️ My child doesn’t share toys with other children.

noisy-sensory-processing

✔️ My child gets very upset in noisy environments.

✔️ My child doesn’t like when they get their hair cut.

emotional-regulation

✔️ Does your child get upset easily?

✔️ When your child is upset, is it hard for them to calm down?

sitting-at-a-desk

✔️ My child won’t focus on a task.

✔️ My teenager has trouble with organising and planning assignments.

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The Next Steps

1. LET’S CHAT

Contact us and our Paediatric Occupational Therapists will call you to discuss your concerns and see if our occupational therapy services are right for your child.

2. BOOK IN THE FIRST APPOINTMENT

The next step is to book the first appointment with the paediatric occupational therapist. We provide occupational therapy services in home, childcare, kindergartens and school. Our occupational therapists discuss concerns with parents and/or teachers and identify some potential goals.

3. DISCUSS FUTURE PLANS

After the first session, we will give you recommendations. Your child may not need further occupational therapy services. However, if your child would benefit from further occupational therapy, our Occupational Therapists will discuss with you as to the best way forward. We take into consideration of your family situation and your child’s needs.

Contact us and our Paediatric Occupational Therapists will call you to discuss your concerns and see if our occupational therapy services are right for your child.

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