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Housing Occupational Therapy

The Children’s Occupational Therapy Service provides specialist care to help children and young people who have difficulties or disabilities. Occupational Therapists can help children and young people carry out the daily activities they find difficult. Services include therapy programmes, physical health care and mental healthcare. It can provide support for children in transition, help families find community support groups that suit them, and offer assistance to any child who needs it.  The service also offers lots of help in school, providing specialist support and training.

Our team provide adaptations when referred from AOPS OT team (Adults and Older People's Service Occupation Therapy). We also do direct allocations of wheelchair accessible properties on behalf of Allocations.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Liezl Lee
Telephone
0208 921 2604
E-mail
liezl.lee@royalgreenwich.gov.uk

Other Details

Availability

Age Ranges
All ages
Referral required
Yes
Referral Details

Rehousing: family has to apply to Allocations for rehousing and be granted a priority. Adaptations to property is normally recommended by occupational therapsits (OT's) in the Directorate of Adults and Older People's Services (DAOPS) team.

Allocations: 0208 921 2672

AOPS OT Team: 0208 921 2304

Local Offer

Description

Targeted Services:

Services include therapy programmes, physical health care and mental healthcare. It can provide support for children in transition, help families find community support groups that suit them, and offer assistance to any child who needs it.  The service also offers lots of help in school, providing specialist support and training.

Local Offer Age Bands
16-19 years

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