We continue to develop and provide services on demand, e.g. attending case conferences and providing professional development workshops for teachers. sensory processing
Group therapy sessions are developed with specific outcomes in mind, e.g. handwriting clinics, and are scheduled when compatible group members are available. sensory processing
The therapy process at SPOTS - Therapy for Children is based on Data Driven Decision-Making steps: sensory processing
1. Gathering of information and identifying applicable assessment
2. Initial Assessment
3. Reporting of results
Comprehensive report with itemised results and interpretive discussion of any administered assessment.
4. Feedback and Developing Goals
Scheduled session with the purpose to discuss assessment results and formulate goals and treatment plan for therapy.
Subsequent, individualised therapy working towards family-led goals using therapeutic, specific and fun activities and specialised equipment.
Includes home programs / ongoing sensory diet reviews / strategies as needed.
Additional therapeutic items may need to be purchased at times when indicated.
Group therapy sessions are developed with specific outcomes in mind, e.g. handwriting clinics, and are scheduled when compatible group members are available.
6. Monitoring progress and measuring outcomes
Scheduled re-assessment session with the purpose to re-evaluate identified challenges and formally measure outcome of therapy using standardised tests, interviews and clinical observations.
Includes summarised report.
Should the need arise for additional face to face consultation over and above contact sessions or via email, parents may schedule time with the therapist.
School visits and teacher consultations
This may include training in therapeutic strategies and implementation of a sensory diet.
Meeting with teachers and/or other allied health providers. Travel included.
Esmé is passionate about training and supporting teachers. Topics, fees and allocated time for training are open for negotiations.