We’re delighted to announce our launch of yet another highly sought-after rehabilitation service for disabled children and their families. Occupational Therapy will commence on the 23rd March with a special introductory offer of a free assessment and 25% off each session booked.
This brand-new expert-led service will benefit children with movement disorders, due to conditions such as cerebral palsy, global developmental delay and acquired brain injury. It will also help children with mild autism.
Occupational Therapy and Sensory Integration helps children develop functional skills needed for everyday activities. It improves a child’s awareness, engagement and ability to play and learn, boosting self-esteem, confidence and independence.
Occupational Therapist, Paula Godfrey, will be heading up the service and has gained over 20 years extensive experience of working with children and families and developing services in the NHS, across education and the charity sector.
Orsi Farkas, Clinical Services Manager said “after months of planning, we’re so excited to introduce Paula and to launch our sensory integration service. This occupational therapy-led service further enhances what we can offer to families and is another string to our bow in providing holistic therapy.”
Paula is passionate about supporting children’s participation in activities and routines that they need and want to do, like getting dressed, feeding, learning at school and playing with peers.
When asked about joining CPotential, Paula said, “I am really excited to be joining a likeminded team. I’m really looking forward to offering an affordable and accessible service that reflects the charity’s values and ethos – of the whole family being supported to enable children to reach their potential and beyond!”.
This new service is a valuable addition to further shape our one-stop-shop of rehabilitation services for children with movement disorders. We also offer physiotherapy, conductive education, music therapy, rebound therapy, counselling, wellbeing coaching, funding support and educational advice.
Speech and language therapy and advanced hi-tech equipment are also on the horizon for this Summer, so watch this space.