Reducing barriers to participation
in activities of daily life
Using occupation to promote independence and enhance wellbeing
At Links Therapy our Occupational Therapists are dedicated to utilising their expertise and experience to assist individuals of all ages overcome challenges to participation in everyday activities and unlocking their true potential.
What is Occupational Therapy?
Occupational Therapy is a holistic health and social care profession that focuses on empowering individuals of all ages to achieve independence, as well as engage in and carry out everyday activities in a way that is fulfilling and meaningful to them. Occupational Therapists draw on a wide range of theories and techniques depending on what is needed.
The focus of Occupational Therapy will vary according the priorities of each individual.
Some examples of the activities that we might think about include:
Occupational Therapists may look at coordination, hand skills, sensory integration, perception, visual motor integration and problem-solving to determine how best to help.
What does Occupational Therapy Involve?
Our Occupational Therapists arrange to meet with you, so we can discover your priorities and what is important to you. Together, we will then work out where your strengths lie, as well as your needs, before putting a plan in place shaped around your journey and helping you to achieve your goals.
Our work with children
Our work with adults
Where do our sessions take place?
We recognise that each person’s situation is unique, which is why we provide a flexible service shaped around their needs. Whether it’s at home, nursery, school, workplace, or in the community, we ensure that our sessions are always delivered in the most suitable setting.
Our mission is to improve overall wellbeing
At Links Therapy, we are passionate about promoting independence by working with you to enhance your engagement and participation in the everyday activities that are important or meaningful to you.
We also offer customised training to families, caregivers and educators, based on the specific needs of an individual or organisation.