Our Occupational Therapy groups are run in conjunction with Cup-O-T: Wellness and Therapy.
Cup-O-T is a social enterprise, a non-profit organisation. This means that all our surplus profit is used to provide free and discounted therapy and projects to those who otherwise would not receive mental health support.
We provide a number of services for individuals, groups, and organisations. Our work is funded privately, by organisations and schools and through, donations, grants, and tenders
What is Occupational Therapy and how can it help?
Occupational therapy (OT) is a healthcare profession that helps people of all ages to engage in meaningful activities and daily living tasks. The aim of occupational therapy is to promote health and well-being by facilitating participation in activities that are important and meaningful to individuals.
For individuals with autism, occupational therapy can help them develop skills in various areas such as sensory processing, social interactions, self-care, play, and leisure activities.
Survival Skills for Wellbeing
Survival skills for Wellbeing is an OT lead program consisting of 5 sessions. While mainly aimed at Girls this program can help anyone who is struggling to support their own mental Wellbeing
Currently closed for referrals
Discovery Group is a therapeutic approach that uses meaningful activities to promote physical, emotional, and mental well-being in individuals with autism. This approach aims to help individuals develop new skills, increase independence, and improve their quality of life.
Sessions beginning in October 2023