Empowering Individuals with Occupational Therapy

Welcome to Meaningful Occupational Therapy Services, where we embrace a neurodiversity-affirming approach. Our team promotes health and well-being through occupation, encompassing meaningful activities that enrich our lives.

Embracing Neurodiversity

Our occupational therapists (OTs) partner with individuals of all ages, recognising and valuing each person's unique strengths and abilities while identifying their capacity to engage and participate in everyday activities essential for their well-being.

These activities encompass a wide range of tasks involved in daily life, such as personal care, sleep management, work and school, domestic tasks, leisure, social and community endeavours.

Individualised therapeutic support for all ages

Empowering engagement through meaningful activities

Celebrating neurodiversity in occupational therapy

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Our Process for New Clients

From the initial contact to personalised therapy plans, we guide you every step of the way.

Personalised Therapy Plans

We create personalised therapy plans that cater to your unique needs and goals.

Celebrating Neurodiversity

With you or your child being the expert of their own body and experiences.

Personalised Therapeutic Support

We celebrate neurodiversity and provide personalised therapeutic support to individuals of all ages engaging in activities that hold significance for them. We understand that living with diverse abilities, health conditions, or life changes can influence someone's engagement and participation in various aspects of daily life. These activities span across different settings, such as the home, childcare, school, workplace, and community.

Occupational Therapist going through Assessment Plan with elderly patient

Person Centred Focus

Occupational therapy services for individuals of all ages.

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Neurodiversity Affirming Approach

Embracing Neurodiversity using occupational therapy models ad framework.

A professional man with down syndrome attending the cash register at a cafe

Engaging in Meaningful Activities

Empowering individuals to engage in meaningful activities.

A young man in a wheelchair helping cook dinner with his girlfriend

Collaborative Care

We deliver comprehensive care, working with families, caregivers, and other professionals to foster a supportive environment.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to commonly asked questions about our services, therapy sessions, and client concerns.

What is occupational therapy?

Occupational therapy (OT) is a holistic healthcare profession dedicated to enhancing an individual's ability to engage in meaningful activities and daily tasks, known as occupations, across their lifespan.

Through a client-centred approach, OT practitioners utilise models such as the Person-Environment-Occupation (PEO) model and the Model of Human Occupation (MOHO) to assess and intervene in areas where individuals may face challenges due to physical, cognitive, emotional, or environmental factors.

By understanding the dynamic interaction between the person, their environment, and their occupations, OTs aim to promote independence, improve quality of life, and facilitate participation in desired activities, whether self-care, productivity, or leisure pursuits. OT interventions may include therapeutic activities, environmental modifications, adaptive equipment, and skill development to optimise clients' occupational performance and overall well-being.

Who can benefit from occupational therapy?

Occupational Therapy can benefit individuals of all ages with physical, cognitive, sensory, or emotional challenges affecting their ability to participate in daily activities. We work with clients to develop personalised strategies and interventions to enhance their independence and overall functioning.

What services do you offer?

We offer various services, including OT assessments, individual therapy sessions, group programs, Allied Health assistance and mentoring services. Our team is experienced in working with neurodivergent individuals, including intellectual disability, psychosocial disabilities, brain injuries, and other neurological conditions.

Where do therapy sessions occur?

We deliver therapy services at your home, your child's school or child care, or in the community.

What can happen in initial consultations?

Initial consultations can happen via phone or home visits with you or the parent/guardian of the child. This can involve our therapists asking information about how you or your child engage in day-to-day activities, strengths, interests, challenges, and goals.

How can I get started?

To get started, simply complete the referral form online and one of our team members will contact you to book in an initial consultation. During this consultation, we will discuss your needs and goals and create a personalised therapy plan.

Meet Our Team

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Alex, Occupational Therapist at Meaningful Activities.
Director & Occupational Therapist

Alex is passionate about working with individuals who are neurodivergent, as well as those with brain injuries, stroke and psychosocial disabilities, and other neurological conditions. 

Occupational Therapy

Shammah is a dedicated occupational therapist who firmly believes in the power of the neurodiversity-affirming approach in therapy. She utilises a strengths-based methodology to assist individuals in achieving their goals.

Alex, Occupational Therapist at Meaningful Activities.
Allied Health Assistant

Shae’s vast array of skills enables her to encourage her clients to discover their interests and strengths and assist them in activities they find fulfilling.

Take the first step

Book an appointment with our team and start your journey to independence.