Children's Occupational Therapy
Provider: Cambridgeshire Community Services (CCS)
01223 218 065
0 - 19
Occupational Therapy assesses and treats children individually and in groups, to help them take part in day to day activities as fully as they can. An Occupational Therapist can help with:
- motor skills
- fine motor skills, including handwriting
- visual perceptual skills
- sensory skills and sensory processing
- independent self-care, for example dressing
- advice on adapted/specialist toys and play
- consultation and advice on minor modifications and building adaptations at home and school
The service works to a target of children being seen within 18 weeks.
Children and young people aged 0 - 16, or up to 19 for those who go to special school, who are registered with a Cambridgeshire GP. Children and young people who live in Whittlesey, Yaxley and Peterborough will be referred to the Children’s Occupational Therapy Service for their area. Advice about housing adaptations is available to all families who live in Cambridgeshire.
The majority of referrals are from medical staff although some referrals are received from school staff, other health professionals, social care staff and occasionally parents.
For detailed information on making a referral, please see the Guide for Referrers
Download the referral form.
|Monday||9AM - 5PM|
|Tuesday||9AM - 5PM|
|Wednesday||9AM - 5PM|
|Thursday||9AM - 5PM|
|Friday||9AM - 5PM|
Clinics are all accessible for patients with disabilities.