Children’s occupational therapy
The children’s occupational therapy service helps children with disabilities participate as fully as possible in their everyday activities. Occupational therapists focus on the abilities needed for school, play and self care skills such as; holding pencils, feeding themselves or using a scooter. The occupational therapy service provides assessment, advice and therapy to develop a child’s daily life skills. The team support children with a range of conditions through assessment advice and therapy. They see children at school, home and in community settings. The service also provides a monthly hand splinting clinic for those aged 0-19 years.
Contact our service in Waltham Forest
Wood Street Health Centre
6 Linford Road
Tel: 0208 430 7960
Fax: 0208 430 7961
Opening times: Monday to Friday, 9am - 5pm
Referrals are accepted from parents/guardians and professionals in health, education or social care. Please refer to the For clinicians page for more information.