Bunbury Occupational Therapy

Bunbury Occupational Therapy SPOTS

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New Year. New Name. New Blog. New Beginnings

Posted on 9 February, 2019 at 1:40

It's February 2019 and the new year already brought about a few changes for the practice.

Firstly, we've refreshed our name! The practice is now called SPOTS - Therapy for Children. This aligns with our longterm vision to be a vibrant hub of multi-disciplinary services with the sole purpose to focus on improving and positively impacting the lives of children and their families. You'll still see our colourful logo - it is a firm favourite!

Secondly, we've listened to parents, teachers and others... you wanted Blogs! Challenge accepted! Expect regular blogs (and maybe even a vlog or two!) on relevant topics / events, information and tips to help you on your journey. 

Looking forward to share interesting ideas and information and answer questions as they arise.

Warmest regards,


Spring-time celebrations

Posted on 2 September, 2016 at 1:00

Spring has a special way to invigorate me. It fills me with renewed energy and I can't help but "buzz" with eagerness to get myself organised and ready for the rest of the year!

Every spring I am amazed that everything in nature confirms that change is good. That change is necessary. That nothing remains static and constant. And to top it all off, the promises of new life and new possibilities are all wrapped up in pretty, fragrant flowers and fresh leaves.

This spring in particular is extra special for us. Our practice has been helping children in the greater Bunbury region for 5 years already! What a blessing this journey has been... But this spring, we also celebrate a fresh start. We have a new website and a new premise for our dedicated sensory integration gym! A web store is also under construction. Exciting times indeed.

Keep an eye out on the photo gallery for sneak peeks at what's happening during the fit-out. We will be ready to continue our services from the new location at the start of term 4. The children will love and enjoy this new space! Maybe even just as much as the therapists do... :) 

Until next time,