Breakthrough Therapy Solutions Ltd., Thorney Road, Peterborough, United Kingdom
Early Intervention Group
Early intervention is a collection of therapy and support services that provide children under 5 years old who have disabilities, or who are at risk for developing them, the help they need to succeed later in life. Occupational therapy is one of several services that may be provided as part of early intervention. It benefits children with many specific conditions (e.g., Down syndrome, autism), in addition to children with no clear diagnosis. Occupational therapy can help improve their motor, cognitive, sensory processing, communication, and play skills. The goal is to enhance development, minimise the potential for developmental delay, and help families to meet the needs of their toddlers.
Sessions incorporate a circle time with attention and social skills activities, focused work box activities using the TEACCH approach based on their individual goals and developmental play opportunities, activities to develop motor skills and pre-writing skills to encourage school readiness.
Children can attend with parents/carers or a key worker/1:1 from their preschool setting.
We have reduced numbers (max 4 children) to help with social distancing. Hand hygiene and temperature checks will be adhered to. We will supply individual boxes of resources per child.
£15 per session or £75 for the half term.