Our Occupational Therapist is qualified to assess and support their client’s participation in meaningful occupations of everyday life. These include promoting health and wellbeing in the areas of self care, productivity, play and leisure, and social participation. 

At Hills District Speech Therapy, our Occupational Therapist (OT) demonstrates exceptional competency in paediatric occupational therapy practice for individuals, their families and the wider community. Click on the hyperlinks to learn more about each area and the approaches our OT uses at HDST.


This includes activities such as showering, toileting, dressing, grooming, eating; or activities such as chores, getting a snack for self and others.


Education/school: including activities that allow a person to participate as a student in a learning environment.

Work: participating in paid or voluntary work.


This includes participating in non-obligatory, discretionary, and intrinsically rewarding activities; pleasure and amusement.


This includes participating in activities with others. This may include engaging in community or social groups or attending events including birthday parties.