Registered with AOTI, CORU, Revenue.
Reclaim expenses through your health insurance or tax return.
Would you like to
- Understand why a difficult activity is hard?
- Learn practical ways to make activities easier?
- Be able to develop life skills?
- Explore the things that are a priority to you?
Also available for clinicians and schools:
- Professional supervision,
- Caseload management workshop,
- OT input to enhance transdisciplinary working,
- Workshop to gain understanding of topics of OT expertise.
Occupational Therapy is a health profession that focuses on activities that are hard for a person to do.
Occupational therapy with Sarah Butler can build skills in
- Tying laces, doing buttons, zips or belts
- Writing neatly or fast enough
- Using scissors, ruler, glue
- Using a knife and fork, opening food packets and lunch boxes
- Cycling a bike without stabilisers
- Learning a new activity (sport, swimming, dance, PE activities)
- Completing private self care activities (wiping after toileting, showering and drying self, shampooing hair)
- Brushing, tying up and plaiting hair
- Brushing teeth
- Organising your belongings at home, school or work, packing school bag, using a school locker
- Building routines that work for you
- Matching your energy level to the activity and environment you are in
- Managing your emotional reactions
- Supporting your body’s sensory needs
- Recognising, understanding and supporting your responses to stress
- Understanding the sensory, physical, cognitive and emotional factors underlying your abilities. Unique to each one of us, this can help our self esteem and confidence.
A diagnosis is not a required for therapy. If there are activities in your life causing stress, difficulty, frustration or additional time and effort, Occupational therapy sessions may help.