Self care: dressing, eating, toileting, sleeping

If self-care skills are goals for your child/ adolescent’s OT, a functional assessment involving observation of the task will likely be carried out in addition to specific assessments to look at a range of skill areas that may be impacting upon their performance. Self-care skills involve cooking, dressing, driving, eating, hygiene, hand washing, money skills, nail care, oral hygiene, shopping, showering and bathing, sleeping, toileting, tooth brushing, tying shoelaces plus all other tasks your son/daughter is expected to do independently throughout their day.


At AIM Therapy, we take great pride in delivering Occupational Therapy services as unique as your child from Assessment to Intervention to Meeting of goals. If you would like more information about our services or would like to go ahead with a booking, we welcome you to contact us 6150 8339 or

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