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Midlands Occupational Therapy is a small team of independent OT’s based in the West Midlands.
We pride ourselves on delivering high quality and very individualised therapy services to children with ASD, DCD, SPD and other developmental difficulties.
Due to expansion, we have a vacancy for an associate OT 1-2 days per week to provide a regular consultancy service into specials schools and individual treatments for children in mainstream schools.
Candidates must be able to work independently and take pride in developing their own service and skills, however regular supervision, support and mentorship are available from Alison Neal, Director and Advanced Practitioner in Sensory Integration.
Candidates must be studying to become an SI Practitioner (ICEASI level 2) or have a minimum of SI Network SI 2/3.
Applications to or call 07853 84781.

From our website:

Midlands Occupational Therapy offers an assessment and therapy service for children and  adolescents who have a range of developmental difficulties including:

  • Autistic Spectrum Disorders including Asperger’s
  • Sensory Processing Disorders (also known as Sensory Integration Dysfunction)
  • Dyspraxia/Developmental Coordination Disorder
  • ADHD
  • Learning and Physical Difficulties
  • General Developmental Difficulties
  • Cerebral Palsy
  • Acquired Brain Injury

We accept referrals from parents, families, schools, case managers, doctors and solicitors. A free consultation (for up to 30 minutes) is offered to every enquiry to determine if we can meet a child’s needs. We work in a range of setting appropriate to the child including home, school, nurseries and care settings. We work alongside and liaise with other health professionals involved in a child’s care including physiotherapists, speech and language therapists and psychologists; private or NHS and other statutory services; providing a multidisciplinary approach and ensuring continuity of care.

Our aim is to provide a holistic service tailored to a child and their families specific needs. This includes offering practical advice and solutions which will make a real difference to everyone.

We currently provide weekly input into four special schools across the West Midlands as part of the strategy of those schools to improve services for pupils with Autism.

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