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School Health Support Services – London- Middlesex
Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy for children enrolled in public and private elementary and secondary schools in London and Middlesex County

School Health Support Services – Oxford County
Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Speech and Language Therapy for children enrolled in public and private elementary and secondary schools in Oxford County

Private School Contracts:

  • Standing Stone
  • Wiiji School
  • Private/Home Schools

Occupational therapy, physiotherapy, and speech and language pathology services are arranged by request of a student’s school to the case manager of the Community Care Access Centre.

 

Occupational Therapy Services in School Health

Occupational Therapists provide:

  • Individual assessment of the child’s general fine motor, visual motor, gross motor, co-ordination, and self-care skills
  • Individual assessment of specific classroom fine motor skills including colouring, using scissors, printing, writing, keyboarding
  • Consultation with teachers, educational assistants, and parents regarding alternate methods to complete tasks to compensate for difficulties; for example, use of classroom keyboard
  • Individual treatment sessions for children with multiple needs to work upon specific goals set in conjunction with teachers and parents
  • Consultation with specialty services at TVCC (clinics, seating and mobility, etc) regarding school issues for children with multiple needs
  • Consultation to teachers and parents regarding sensory-motor based teaching methods to teach students struggling with printing and writing tasks
  • Referrals to other professionals if deemed appropriate
  • Additional fee-for-service therapy services; for example, workshops for teachers, or additional direct therapy for students available if desired 
Last Updated ( Wednesday, 02 September 2009 )