Occupational therapy

Occupational Therapists work with you to help you to live as independently as possible at home.

This may be done through advice on how to do things different. Or it may involve the identification or supply of a wide range of equipment, aids or adaptations.

You may be eligible for help from the Occupational Therapy team, if you are having trouble with daily activities. For example -

  • getting in and out of bed
  • getting on and off the toilet
  • getting up and down the stairs
  • getting in and out of the bath
  • getting in and out of the house
  • making meals in the kitchen

Adult Occupational Therapy

Use the below form to request an occupational therapy assessment.

Request an Occupational Therapy assessment (opens in a new window)

Children's Occupational Therapy

You can find out more advice, or discuss a referral for a child by visiting Children and Family Disability Team.