The Occupational Therapist provides direct therapy services to children,
group services to parents, consultations, assessments, and builds
community capacity. He/she assesses, plans and carries out individual or
group programs of physical treatment appropriate to the child's health
requirements and daily living environment designed to help children live,
play and work with optimum physical and behavioural functioning. The
Occupational Therapist uses a dynamic, team-based and community
partner approach for the health and well-being of children and families.