Intervention

We offer regular weekly, fortnightly or monthly intervention; 6-week intervention blocks with a review at the end to target a specific goal; or Pay as You Go intervention to suit your child’s needs.

In addition, we provide provision and intervention to children via their EHCP, funded and agreed through the local authority. These are quoted on a case by case basis.

We use Goal Setting or Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) Goals and review these on a regular basis – usually every 6-8 weeks to monitor and track progress.

Each child’s programme is individual to them, and whilst we use standardised programmes when required, we work with you and your child to support progress in a way that is meaningful to them.
When children have rapport with their therapist, and the child and their parents are involved and engaged in their therapy we see better results sooner.

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Intervention by an Occupational Therapist

One of our Occupational Therapists will work directly with your child in clinic, at home or in school for a block of intervention or on a regular basis. Our OTs also set up sensory diets and intervention programmes for children, and visit schools to review and update these programmes.

Intervention with an Occupational Therapy Assistant

Our therapy assistants deliver intervention programmes under the guidance and supervision of an OT. Our therapy assistants also deliver our therapy groups and receive regular training and supervision from our OTs.

Intervention with a Speech and Language Therapist

Our Speech and Language Therapist will work directly with your child in clinic, at home or in school for a block of intervention or on a regular basis. Our Speech and Language Therapists also set goals and write intervention programmes for children, and visit schools or families to review and update these programmes.

Intervention with our Intervention Specialist 

Our Intervention Specialist has a psychology focus and provides support to your family, with advice and guidance for behaviour and emotional regulation. 

Direct intervention includes DBT or talking therapies as well as Specialist tutoring if a more educational focus is required. 

Our intervention specialist is also involved in developing and delivering our Regulate! Programme. 

Intervention with our Specialist Teacher 

Our specialist teacher will work directly with your child in a school, clinic or home setting to deliver intervention underpinned by the goals set. 
Our specialist teacher can also set up an intervention plan to be delivered by TA’s, our OTA’s/intervention specialist or by parents providing Home Education and review and update these programmes as required. 

We typically work with Children and Young People 0-25 with:

• Neurodevelopmental Disorders
• Autistic Spectrum Disorder
• Sensory Processing Disorder
• Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity Disorder (ADD/ADHD)
• Dyspraxia/DCD
• Dyslexia
• Developmental Delay

• Genetic Conditions
• Downs Syndrome
• Acquired brain injuries
• Traumatic brain injuries
• Cerebral Palsy
• Physical & Learning Disabilities

However, no diagnosis is required and we routinely work with families pre-diagnosis or on their assessment and diagnosis journey.

What can we help with?

• Handwriting and Pre-Writing
• Fine Motor Skills
• Gross Motor Skills
• Attention and Memory
• Visual PerceptionEarly
• Early Intervention
• Daily Living Skills
• Independent Living Skills
• Sleep hygiene
• The Listening Programme™

• Sensory Needs
• The Alert Programme™
• The Interoception Curriculum™
• Sensory Feeding
• Social Skills and Conversation
• Speech and Language difficulties
• DBT
• Behaviour
• Emotional Regulation

Want to find out more?

Speak to our office or one of the team to find out how we can help you – We are always happy to answer any questions you might have. Fill in the form below and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.